Share
       Share via email

Read time : 26 mins

Our newsletters provide updates on recent activities relating to the transition away from the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) and other Interbank Offered Rates (IBORs). Each month we highlight key topics and developments.

March 2021

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition and a closer look at help for sterling syndicated loans.

Read more (PDF, 236KB)

February 2021

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition.

Read more (PDF, 226KB)

January 2021

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition and a closer look at open consultations.

Read more (PDF, 377KB)

November 2020

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition and a closer look at the ISDA fallbacks supplement and protocol.

Read more (PDF, 320KB)

October 2020

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition and a closer look at transitioning loans with interest rate floors.

Read more (PDF, 351KB)

September 2020

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition and a closer look at transition timeline.

Read more (PDF, 210KB)

August 2020

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition and a closer look at how LIBOR will end, the risks to contracts and credit adjustment spreads.

Read more (PDF, 170KB)

July 2020

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition and a closer look at ‘tough legacy’ and UK legislation.

Read more (PDF, 176KB)

June 2020

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition and a closer look at IBOR transition in CHF, JPY and EUR.

Read more (PDF, 167KB)

May 2020

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition and a closer look at COVID 19 delays, the story so far.

Read more (PDF, 159KB)

April 2020

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition and a closer look at Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR).

Read more (PDF, 164KB)

March 2020

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition and a closer look at Sterling Overnight Index Average (SONIA).

Read more (PDF, 197KB)

February 2020

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition.

Read more (PDF, 183KB)

January 2020

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition.

Read more (PDF, 163KB)

December 2019

For the latest developments on the IBOR Transition.

Read more (PDF, 208KB)

Related links

Economics and market insight

Stay connected to the latest developments through experts who provide a range of economic reports, market intelligence, considered views and intelligent forecasts.

Business insights

 Practical guides to support you in developing your business - from starting up, scaling up, through to exporting internationally.

Contact us

Find information and guidance from getting back to work safely to an overview of the available government support.

Important legal information

Lloyds Bank is a trading name of Lloyds Bank plc, Bank of Scotland plc, Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets plc and Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets Wertpapierhandelsbank GmbH.

Lloyds Bank plc. Registered Office: 25 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HN. Registered in England and Wales no. 2065. Bank of Scotland plc. Registered Office: The Mound, Edinburgh EH1 1YZ. Registered in Scotland no. SC327000. Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets plc. Registered office 25 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HN. Registered in England and Wales no. 10399850. Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority under registration number 119278, 169628 and 763256 respectively.

Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets Wertpapierhandelsbank GmbH is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets plc. Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets Wertpapierhandelsbank GmbH has its registered office at Thurn-und-Taxis Platz 6, 60313 Frankfurt, Germany. The company is registered with the Amtsgericht Frankfurt am Main, HRB 111650. Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets Wertpapierhandelsbank GmbH is supervised by the Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht.

Eligible deposits with us are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). We are covered by the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS). Please note that due to FSCS and FOS eligibility criteria not all business customers will be covered.

While all reasonable care has been taken to ensure that the information provided is correct, no liability is accepted by Lloyds Bank for any loss or damage caused to any person relying on any statement or omission. This is for information only and should not be relied upon as offering advice for any set of circumstances. Specific advice should always be sought in each instance.