LIBOR Transition Customer Frequently Asked Questions
These updated Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) should be read in conjunction with ANZ’s ‘LIBOR Transition Customer Presentation’ and the May 2020 version of the FAQs.
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ANZ is aware that there are other rates in development that may also fill part of the role previously played by LIBOR (for example AMERIBOR). ANZ’s current view is that it does not see a use case for these alternative rates. However, ANZ continues to monitor market developments.Return
Industry consultation on the methodology for Modified MIFOR is taking place. Modified MIFOR is for use in new transactions/contracts on cessation of LIBORReturn
Except for SARON which is continually calculated real-time and published every 10 minutes. More information can be found here.Return
Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) has started publishing Term SOFR based on SOFR futures but the rate has not yet been selected or recommended by a government body.Return