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Showing 1 to 10 of 581 search results for serious LIBOR.

  1. The FCA fines Rabobank £105 million for serious LIBOR-related misconduct

    Press Releases Published: 29/10/2013 Last modified: 29/10/2013
    The FCA fines Rabobank £105 million for serious LIBOR-related misconduct. Press Releases First published:. ... The FCA fines Rabobank £105 million for serious LIBOR-related misconduct.
  2. Lloyds Banking Group fined £105m for serious LIBOR and other benchmark failings

    Press Releases Published: 28/07/2014 Last modified: 28/07/2014
    Lloyds Banking Group fined £105m for serious LIBOR and other benchmark failings. ... In relation to LIBOR, the firms’ misconduct between May 2006 and June 2009 included:.
  3. LIBOR transition

    Markets Last modified: 05/07/2021
    Firms must act now and prepare for the end of LIBOR. Find out about initiatives and action we are taking to support the transition
  4. About LIBOR transition

    Firms Focus areas Markets Markets policy Published: 03/09/2019 Last modified: 05/07/2021
    The interest rate benchmark LIBOR is being wound down. Firms must take appropriate action now to transition to alternative rates
  5. LIBOR resources

    Markets Published: 05/07/2021 Last modified: 07/09/2021
    All news, statements, speeches and publications on LIBOR
  6. The future of LIBOR

    Speeches Published: 27/07/2017 Last modified: 27/07/2017
    Speech by Andrew Bailey, Chief Executive of the FCA, at Bloomberg London.
  7. 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.
  8. Markets

    Markets Last modified: 05/07/2021
    FCA Markets landing page.
  9. LIBOR transition in the derivatives market

    Markets Published: 05/07/2021 Last modified: 05/07/2021
    FCA has worked alongside other regulators, trade associations and market participants to enable liquid markets in SONIA derivatives to help the transition from LIBOR
  10. FCA statement on LIBOR panels

    Statements Published: 24/11/2017 Last modified: 24/11/2017
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed that all 20 of the panel banks have agreed to support the LIBOR benchmark ensuring the sustainability of the rate until 2021.