UK implementation

Legislation

The Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Benchmarks) Regulations 2018

The Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Benchmarks) (Amendment) Regulations 2018 and explanatory memorandum

Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

Speech - Ending reliance on LIBOR: Overview of progress made on transition to overnight RFR and what remains to be done, Megan Butler Executive Director of Supervision at FCA ( 21 February 2019)

Speech on transitioning from LIBOR to alternative interest rate benchmarks Andrew Bailey, Chief Executive of the FCA (12 July 2018)

Policy Statement (PS18/5) Powers in relation to LIBOR contributions (14 March 2018)

Written arrangements for the establishment and functioning of the supervisory college of LIBOR (14 March 2018)

FCA Insight: Opinion and Analysis Why benchmarks are turning a corner (21 February 2018)

Research Note Regulation, Precision and Benchmarks (February 2018)

Consultation Paper (CP18/5) on EU Benchmarks Regulation Implementation (DEPP and EG) (05 February 2018)

Policy Statement (PS17/28) on Handbook changes to reflect the application of the Benchmarks Regulation (20 December 2017)

Joint consultation FCA CP17/34 and Prudential Regulation Authority PRA CP18/17 on the proposed changes to Statement of Responsibilities for the Benchmarks Regulation (04 October 2017)

Consultation CP17/17: Handbook changes to reflect the application of the Benchmarks Regulation (22 June 2017)

Consultation CP17/15: Powers in relation to LIBOR contributions (12 June 2017)

Speech “Do I need to worry about benchmark regulation?” Edwin Schooling Latter, Head of Markets Policy, FCA (02 February 2016)

Bank of England (BoE)

Transition to sterling risk-free rates from Libor (web-page)

PRA Rulebook - PRA 2018/15: Benchmarking Regulation Instrument 2018 (29 June 2018)

The reform of SONIA - Consultation feedback and the design of SONIA (March 2017)

Recommendations on additional financial benchmarks to be brought into UK regulatory scope - Report to HM Treasury (August 2014)

HM Treasury

Letter from John Glen, Economic Secretary to HM Treasury, to Lord Boswell of Aynho, House of Lords EU Committee Chair, on progress of draft Regulation amending BMR on low carbon benchmarks and positive carbon impact benchmarks (05 November 2018)

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