IBOR Transition and Fallback Provisions I (Dec 20)

IBOR Transition and Fallback Provisions I (Dec 20)

James Eves

30 years: Equity capital markets

In this video James Eves outlines what will happen to existing instruments that reference a LIBOR, such as  loans, bonds and derivatives. He highlights how issuance date is vital in determining what to do with a particular instrument. Finally, he outlines what a fallback is and its three components alongside ISDA recommendations.

In this video James Eves outlines what will happen to existing instruments that reference a LIBOR, such as  loans, bonds and derivatives. He highlights how issuance date is vital in determining what to do with a particular instrument. Finally, he outlines what a fallback is and its three components alongside ISDA recommendations.

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IBOR Transition and Fallback Provisions I (Dec 20)

9 mins 12 secs

Overview

The London Interbank Offered Rate is an interest-rate average calculated from estimates submitted by the leading banks in London.

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the history of LIBOR

  • Define fallbacks and outline their three main components

  • Define Derivative Fallbacks

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