Currency working groups have been convened to identify alternative benchmark reference rates and facilitate awareness and transition.
- New York Federal Reserve (USD) Alternative Reference Rates Committee (ARRC)
- Bank of England (GBP) Working Group on Sterling Risk-Free Reference Rates
- Swiss National Bank (CHF) National Working Group on Swiss Franc Reference Rates
- European Central Bank (EUR) Working Group on Euro Risk-Free Rates
- Bank of Japan (JPY) Study Group on Risk Free Rates
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is the current regulatory body with oversight of LIBOR, and has issued statements on the future of LIBOR.
- Andrew Bailey (FCA Chief Executive) speech: Transition to a world without LIBOR, July 2018
- Andrew Bailey speech: Recent LIBOR developments, March 2018
- FCA statement on LIBOR panels, November 2017
- Andrew Bailey (FCA Chief Executive) speech: The future of LIBOR, July 2017
- Powers in relation to LIBOR contributions: Consultation Paper, June 2017
The Financial Stability Board (FSB) issued recommendations on the reform of benchmark reference rates, and progress reports on implementation.
- Statement on interest rate benchmark reform – overnight risk-free rates and term rates , 2018
- Progress report on implementation of July 2014 FSB recommendations, 2017
- Progress report on implementation of July 2014 FSB recommendations, 2016
- Interim progress report on implementation of July 2014 FSB recommendations, 2015
- Reforming Major Interest Rate Benchmarks (FSB OSSG Report), 2014
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