The US exchange group plans to implement its Libor reforms through 2016
The Intercontinental Exchange is set to
close on Friday its consultation on a two-year project to
reform the much-maligned Libor lending rate and step up talks
with central banks and traders over the coming weeks ahead of
the publication in December of its conclusions.
ICE Benchmark Administration will close on
October 16 the consultation period on its proposals to reform
Libor outlined at the end of July in a paper entitled: Second
Position Paper on the Evolution of Libor.
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