Beyond LIBOR

The world of interest rate benchmarks is changing. Here is what you need to know.

LIBOR ceased on 31 December 2021 for all Swiss franc, euro, British pound and Japanese yen settings as well as for the 1-week and 2-month US dollar settings. The overnight, 1-, 3-, 6- and 12- month US dollar LIBOR settings will continue to be published until June 2023 to facilitate the transition of legacy positions. UBS has replaced its LIBOR-referencing product offering with products based on alternative reference rates or other appropriate solutions. Please contact your sales coverage to discuss any questions on the LIBOR transition and how it affects your portfolio.

This section of the LIBOR transition website is not intended for wealth management, corporate or institutional client nor asset management clients of UBS. The information below aims to give our clients an understanding of the LIBOR transition and highlights the practical considerations that should be considered.

Read our FAQs

Find the answer to some of your questions around the LIBOR transition

Listen to our podcast series

This series is dedicated to discussing the challenges, industry developments and topical talking points presented by the LIBOR transition

IBOR Fallbacks Protocol and Supplement

Following the ISDA launch date announcement on 9 October 2020, ISDA and Bloomberg have also produced a number of additional resources on the IBOR Fallbacks