LIBOR “end game” strategizes for fallbacks, compounded indexes and tough legacy contracts (Premium)

Far from throwing the LIBOR transition off track, COVID-19 has only made it more pressing as authorities consider how scarce term lending transactions became during the global pandemic’s period of severe market stress. We take a look at how central banks, regulators and market participants are moving forward.
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