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Showing 1 to 10 of 59 search results for Powers in relation to LIBOR contributions.

  1. PS18/5: Powers in relation to LIBOR contributions

    Policy statements Published: 12/06/2017 Last modified: 14/03/2018
    This Policy Statement sets the approach, criteria and methodology that we propose to apply if we needed to use powers to compel banks to contribute to LIBOR. These are based on responses to our proposals in CP17/15: Powers in relation to LIBOR
  2. CP17/15: Powers in relation to LIBOR contributions [pdf]

    Consultation papers Published: 12/06/2017
    We are consulting on how we would use our compulsion powers for the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) and setting out our proposed approach to using these powers.
  3. PS18/5: Powers in relation to LIBOR contributions [pdf]

    Policy statements Published: 14/03/2018
    In this Policy Statement (PS), we feed back on the responses received to our CP17/15. We also report on the data we collected from banks in parallel with the consultation. We explain our conclusions on the methodology we would expect to use if we
  4. Regulation round-up June 2017

    Newsletters Published: 22/06/2017 Last modified: 22/06/2017
    Regulation round-up is our monthly email to all regulated firms, updating you on the latest news that affects your sector.
  5. UK EMIR news

    Markets policy Published: 24/05/2016 Last modified: 27/08/2021
    Read our archive of news relating to EMIR dating back to August 2013.
  6. Four building blocks of efficient capital markets

    Speeches Published: 01/02/2013 Last modified: 29/03/2013
    Speech by David Lawton, Director of Markets, FSA at the Practising Law Institute Conference
  7. Investor relations in an increasingly regulated and international world

    Speeches Published: 19/06/2013 Last modified: 18/07/2013
    Speech by David Lawton, Director of Markets, the FCA, to the Investor Relations Society Annual Conference, on 18 June 2013.
  8. Homepage

    Last modified: 21/09/2021
    The Financial Conduct Authority is the conduct regulator for 58,000 financial services firms and financial markets in the UK and the prudential regulator for over 24,000 of those firms.
  9. FCA consults on new benchmarks powers

    Statements Published: 18/11/2020 Last modified: 11/12/2020
    In this statement, we set out our potential approach to the use of proposed new powers under the Financial Services Bill to ensure an orderly wind down of LIBOR.
  10. Announcements on the end of LIBOR

    Firms Markets Press Releases Published: 05/03/2021 Last modified: 05/03/2021
    The FCA has announced the dates that panel bank submissions for all LIBOR settings will cease, after which representative LIBOR rates will no longer be available.