“The discontinuation of LIBOR is not a possibility. It is a certainty. We must anticipate it, we must accommodate it, and we must adapt to it."
– CFTC Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo
LIBOR Is Going Away—How Do We Transition $350 Trillion of Debt and Derivatives? - Graham A.D. Broyd
LIBOR Is Going Away (Part II): The Change Management Process - Graham A.D. Broyd
INDUSTRY ADVISORY: LIBOR Is Going Away (Update)—ARRC Raises Issues with Amending Derivatives Contracts - Graham A.D. Broyd
LIBOR Is Going Away (Part III): Whatever the Replacement Scenario, Reviews Should Start Immediately - Graham A.D. Broyd & David E. Wagner
INDUSTRY ADVISORY: An Observation on the Question of a SOFR Term Rate
LIBOR is Going Away (Update): When is the Term Rate for the New Benchmark Not a Term Rate?
'5 Box' Framework for a LIBOR Transition Plan
LIBOR Services Brochure