Libor’s US replacements: no one rate to rule them all | Financial Times

Interesting discussion from FT Alphaville on the challenges the US is facing in choosing a replacement for Libor.
— Read on www.ft.com/content/e5f1ebbb-2e7b-46cc-88ce-b0a1c48ea1ee

Author: From the Outside

After working in the Australian banking system for close to four decades, I am taking some time out to write and reflect on what I have learned. My primary area of expertise is bank capital management but this blog aims to offer a bank insider's outside perspective on banking, capital, economics, finance and risk.

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