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The discontinuation of LIBOR—issues of substance and procedure for parties and arbitrators in international arbitration

The discontinuation of LIBOR—issues of substance and procedure for parties and arbitrators in international arbitration
Published on: 19 June 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • The discontinuation of LIBOR—issues of substance and procedure for parties and arbitrators in international arbitration
  • An introduction to the discontinuation of LIBOR
  • Arbitration clauses in financial instruments and ‘end of LIBOR’ disputes
  • Arbitration of LIBOR discontinuation disputes—considerations for parties
  • The impact of a potential legislative fix
  • Arbitration of LIBOR discontinuation disputes—considerations for financial market institutions
  • Pre-award interest, post-award interest—selection of an interest rate
  • Enforcement of awards based on LIBOR
  • Comment

Article summary

Arbitration analysis: Nicholas Peacock, partner, and Hannah Ambrose, senior associate, of Herbert Smith Freehills reflect on what the discontinuation of the London Inter-bank Offered Rate (LIBOR) and other Inter-bank Offered Rates (IBORs) may mean for parties and arbitration proceedings. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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