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Interest rate benchmarks including the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR), the Euro Interbank Offered Rate (EURIBOR), the Euro Overnight Index Average (EONIA) and certain other Interbank Offered Rates (IBORs) are being reformed.

These reforms are expected to cause at least some IBORs to perform differently to the way they do currently or to disappear, which may impact the HSBC products and services you currently use and those we provide in the future. Regulatory authorities and public and private sector working groups in several jurisdictions have been discussing the alternatives to IBORs but there is still uncertainty over when these alternative rates will be available and how the reforms will impact specific financial products and services.

The content of this page reflects HSBC's current understanding and does not constitute any form of advice or recommendation. Clients should consider if they require guidance from their professional advisors on the possible implications of the changes including from a financial, legal, accountancy or tax perspective.

If you require any further information on the transition, please visit our dedicated IBOR support page.

Episode 8 - H1 2020 - Transition Progress Review

9 September 2020

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Episode 7 - Q1 2020 - Transition Progress Review

29 May 2020

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Episode 6 - Progress Towards Transition - A Year End Review

30 January 2020

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Episode 5 - Asian Benchmarks Transition Update

9 September 2019

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Episode 4 - How Institutions are preparing for the transition

8 July 2019

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Episode 3 - Accounting Considerations

1 June 2019

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Episode 2 - SOFR Market Dynamics and Developments

9 May 2019

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IBOR Transition Webinar

Episode 1 - Introduction to IBOR Transition

1 May 2019

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