Three quarters of financial institutions unprepared for LIBOR transition - survey

Only a third on track for transition

James Baxter-Derrington
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A third of firms still believe they are on track to meet deadline
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A third of firms still believe they are on track to meet deadline

More than three quarters (77%) of financial institutions lack a comprehensive plan for the LIBOR transition, which is due on 31 December, according to a survey from Duff & Phelps.

More than half (54%) of firms surveyed said they had identified LIBOR exposures but are yet to take any necessary action to resolve their liability, of which 42% were "unsure what to do next", while a...

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