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18 Dec 2019 — ISDA Feed

ISDA has launched a supplemental consultation on the spread and term adjustments that would apply to fallbacks for derivatives referencing euro LIBOR and EURIBOR in the event those benchmarks are permanently discontinued. The consultation also covers technical issues related to the adjustment methodology, and seeks feedback on whether the adjustments would be appropriate for lesser-used interbank offered rates (IBORs) if ISDA implements fallbacks for those benchmarks in the future.

18 Dec 2019 — ISDA Feed

Supplemental Consultation on Spread and Term Adjustments, including Final Parameters thereof, for Fallbacks in Derivatives Referencing EUR LIBOR and EURIBOR, as well as other less widely used IBORs

18 Dec 2019 — The Investment Association Feed

Christmas 2019
zoe.spencer
Wed 18/12/2019 - 10:43

17 Dec 2019 — ISDA Feed

The joint International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. (ISDA) and Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA)... Read more Joint ISDA/GFMA Response to the LEI ROC Consultation - LEI Eligibility for General Government Entities

17 Dec 2019 — Murex Feed

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Tue, 12/17/2019 - 17:55

17 Dec 2019 — Murex Feed

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Tue, 12/17/2019 - 17:51

17 Dec 2019 — Norman Marks Feed

Its 10 years since my first blog post in December, 2009; Is there value in talking about GRC? remains a relevant question especially as so many vendors put a GRC label on their software.  I’ve written about GRC 97 times since then. But, thankfully, most practitioners have moved on to focus on those elements of […]

16 Dec 2019 — BIS Feed

Press release about the Basel Committee launching the consolidated Basel Framework, 16 December 2019.

14 Dec 2019 — Murex Feed

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Sat, 12/14/2019 - 21:01

13 Dec 2019 — The Investment Association Feed

The Hidden Challenges of Performance Based Fee Models
haneen.ahmed@t…
Fri 13/12/2019 - 10:53

12 Dec 2019 — BIS Feed

Press release: Basel Committee invites comments on the design of a prudential treatment for crypto-assets, 12 December 2019.