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Federal Reserve Board Publishes SOFR as a Replacement for LIBOR

The Federal Reserve Board ("FRB") began publishing the Secured Overnight Financing Rate ("SOFR") in April. This rate was developed to be a more reliable benchmark than LIBOR, which lost credibility a few years ago when it was...more

Regulation Round Up - March 2018

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1 March - The Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") published general insurance value measures data in relation to 36 insurers (including both UK and EEA firms) for the year ending 31 August 2017. The data is aimed at...more

Structured Thoughts: News for the financial services community, Volume 9, Issue 1

Linking to ETFs vs. Linking to Indices - A person studying structured products issuances for the first time might think he is having a case of double vision. On the one hand, there are a variety of products linked to...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

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HSBC’s making good on its plans to shift to a focus on Asia by naming John Flint—who spent his first 14 years at the bank in Asia—as its new CEO. Flint will take over from Stuart Gulliver in February....more

Planning For The End of LIBOR

by Holland & Knight LLP on

By 2021, it is likely that LIBOR will no longer exist, and even more likely that it will no longer be the leading global benchmark interest rate. This news comes from the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) announcement...more

FCA announces plan to scrap LIBOR before 2022

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In the wake of multiple criminal and regulatory investigations into alleged manipulation of the London Interbank Offered Rate (“LIBOR”), Andrew Bailey, Chief Executive of the UK Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) has...more

The 'End' of LIBOR: Considerations for Market Participants

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

LIBOR has been referred to as “the world’s most important number,” and $350 trillion in financial products pegged to LIBOR provide strong reason for believing that description to be true. LIBOR, the London Interbank Offered...more

US Second Circuit Finds Testimony Compelled by UK Regulators to be Inadmissible in Criminal Proceedings

Creating a potential new impediment for collaboration between UK and US investigators, the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York recently held that evidence derived from compelled testimony cannot be used in a...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Another tech-related disappointment for the Winklevii, this time with ramifications for an entire means of payment, as the SEC has rejected an application by the brothers to create an ETF tied to the price of bitcoin....more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Bad news for RBS, which is tasked with scrounging up more capital after failing its Bank of England stress test—a bad sign for a British financial system still coping with Brexit fallout....more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 9.21.16

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Testifying before the Senate Banking Committee yesterday, Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf admitted that the illegal sham-account-creation activity at the heart of its recent SEC fine may have begun earlier than first reported....more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 7.13.16

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On Tuesday, the SEC announced that Citigroup would pay $7 million and admit that it submitted “inaccurate trade data” to the Commission over a period of 15 years in order to resolve claims that it left out “thousands of...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 7.11.16

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A putative class action filed last week is accusing 25 prominent banks—including Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, and Barclays—of “conspiring to rig the market for securities” sold by the US Treasury in their roles as primary...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 6.29.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Big financial firm stress test results are out from the Fed later today, and though all banks proved up to the task of reserving enough capital (as reported last Friday), the economic downturn simulation that’s part of round...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 6.8.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Despite Tribune Publishing’s (wait, wait, is that tronc now?) best efforts to play defense, Gannett is not backing down from its unsolicited offer to acquire the publisher...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 6.7.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

In a gift to Wall Street today, Fed Chair Janet Yellen signaled that May’s weak job numbers were low enough to prompt reconsideration of a June rate hike out of fears of pushing a fragile economy too far too fast....more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 5.24.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Tribune’s not only given a hard “no” to Gannett, but it’s got some new firepower (and capital) on its side thanks to a $70.5 million investment by Nant Capital—a group “founded by Patrick Soon-Shiong, a billionaire who has...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 5.9.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Friday’s jobs report underwhelmed, but it shouldn’t necessarily put off a June rate hike by the Fed, says the Journal, especially given the news that wages climbed last month – WSJ... Fair Game got downright monarchical...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 4.6.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Talk about a regulation with teeth. Within days of the Treasury Department announcing new rules meant to discourage corporate tax inversion deals, Pfizer and Allergan announced they were scrapping their planned $152 billion...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 3.24.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

In a move that will surprise no regular reader here, Starboard Value has announced plans to put up its own slate of directors for Yahoo in an attempt to oust its “entire incumbent board” – NYTimes and WSJ... The Deal...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 3.9.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

United Continental shareholders (two hedge funds in particular) are not pleased, and they’re looking to former Continental CEO Gordon Bethune to do something about it. Bethune is one of a slate of 6 director candidates put...more

Citibank Breaks the Ice with a $23 Million Settlement in LIBOR Class Action

by Bilzin Sumberg on

Citibank, N.A. has asked a federal district court to bless its $23 million settlement in a class action lawsuit alleging a wide-ranging conspiracy among banks to fix yen-denominated London Interbank Offered Rates (LIBOR)...more

BoE publishes RFR meeting minutes

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BoE has published the minutes from the 26 November meeting of its working group on Sterling Risk-Free Reference Rates (RFRs). The group...more

Court reduces LIBOR rigging sentence

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The Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) has reduced the sentence of imprisonment handed down to Tom Hayes in relation to LIBOR rigging. Mr Hayes had been sentenced to 14 years’ imprisonment. The Court of Appeal considered...more

IBA feeds back on LIBOR evolution

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IBA has published a feedback statement to its summer update on the evolution of ICE LIBOR (see FReD 7 August). Views received on the update suggest that benchmark submitters should transmit eligible transaction data to IBA,...more

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