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Refinitiv expands collaboration with Microsoft to launch market-data powered AI assistant in Microsoft Teams
Refinitiv AI Alerts powered by ModuleQ, an artificial intelligence driven personalized assistant, is designed to provide breaking news and actionable insights to investment bankers and analysts, asset and wealth managers, financial advisors, and the broader financial services community.
Refinitiv to revise Tokyo Swap Rate (for swaps referencing TIBOR®) methodology
Refinitiv today announced that it will amend the methodology of Tokyo Swap Rate (for swaps referencing TIBOR®). The publication of Tokyo Swap Rate (for swaps referencing TIBOR®) using the existing methodology is not viable beyond the end of January due to a rapid withdrawal of banks contributing to
Refinitiv Launches Public Consultation on the Potential Cessation of CDOR
The RBSL consultation invites feedback regarding CARR’s findings and recommendation that RBSL ceases publication of all of CDOR’s remaining tenors after the end of June 2024. It will close at 5pm Toronto time on February 28th 2022.
Olea, Refinitiv and Seabridge TFX join forces to tackle trade finance gap
Olea, Refinitiv and Seabridge TFX have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to transform trade finance by offering a range of short-term trade finance solutions for suppliers dealing with large buyers.
State Street and LSEG expand relationship
State Street Corporation and London Stock Exchange Group, today announced their agreement to extend their relationship. Building on their longstanding relationship, the agreement includes a wide range of capabilities to support State Street across its business, enhancing its offerings to clients.
Refinitiv Responds to White Paper by the Canadian Alternative Reference Rate Working Group Regarding CDOR
Refinitiv acknowledges and responds to the white paper issued today by the Canadian Alternative Reference Rate Working Group (CARR) regarding the future of the Canadian Dollar Offered Rate (CDOR) benchmark. Refinitiv has been engaged with CARR and is fully informed on their review of CDOR.
Refinitiv to cease Tokyo Swap Rate (for swaps referencing 6-month JPY interbank offered rates from London banks) and launch regulated Tokyo Swap Rate Fallback
Refinitiv today announced that it will cease the publication of both morning and afternoon settings of Tokyo Swap Rate (for swaps referencing 6-month JPY interbank offered rates from London banks), as published on <17143> and other RICs, for all tenors via all delivery channels.
LSEG delivers streamlined and faster FX OTC trade clearing with launch of FXall connectivity to LCH ForexClear
Connectivity allows FXall buy-side users to streamline and accelerate their access to clearing of FX OTC trades through Settlement Center and LCH following implementation of UMR in September
Refinitiv Launches USD IBOR Institutional Cash Fallbacks in Production to Facilitate Industry Transition from USD LIBOR
Refinitiv today announces that USD IBOR Institutional Cash Fallbacks are now production benchmarks, and it will launch USD IBOR Consumer Cash Fallbacks 1-week and 2-month settings on January 3, 2022 – pending Refinitiv Benchmark Services (UK) Limited (“RBSL”) board approval.
Refinitiv releases findings of 2021 Islamic Finance Development Indicator
Islamic finance industry is projected to reach $4.94 trillion in 2025 according to the Islamic Finance Development Indicator (IFDI) 2021 released today by Refinitiv, a London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) business.