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Benchmark rate reform and transition to risk free rates
Interbank Offered Rates (IBORs) are a series of benchmark interest rates, used globally for pricing loans, debt securities and derivatives. Following recommendations made by the Financial Stability Board in 2014, global initiatives have been undertaken to reform such benchmarks and to commence the transition to alternative benchmark or reference rates.
Developments in the three major IBORs, as at 26 May 2020 have been summarised in our full LIBOR statement.