How Libor reform is hitting deals

Author: Lizzie Meager | Published: 22 Feb 2018
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Banks are struggling with a market-wide approach to the FCA's proposed Libor reform, which is hitting various products from bonds and swaps to loans and mortgages. Here sources from banks, hedge funds and venues speak exclusively to Practice Insight on how the attempted abolition of the world's most important number is already changing deal documentation.

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