IBOR means: Inter-Bank Offered Rate.
The most important IBORs are : Libor, Euribor, and Hibor
1. ICE LIBOR
LIBOR: London Inter-Bank Offered Rate
LIBOR is a widely-used benchmark for short-term interest rates.
LIBOR is currently calculated for five currencies (USD, GBP, EUR, CHF and JPY) and for seven tenors in respect of each currency (Overnight/Spot Next, One Week, One Month, Two Months, Three Months, Six Months and 12 Months). This results in the publication of 35 individual rates (one for each currency and tenor combination) every applicable London business day.
Libor Panel Banks:
LIBOR was supervised by UK FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) before 2012, and then the supervision was shifted to IBA (Intercontinental Exchange Benchmark Administration). LIBOR will be replaced by ARR (Alternate Reference Rates) by the end of 2021.
EURIBOR: Euro Inter-Bank Offered Rate
EURIBOR is published daily on every TARGET day, at or shortly after 11 a.m. CET for each of its Defined Tenors: 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, and 12 months, by EMMI (European Money Market Institute)
EURIBOR Panel Banks:
EURIBOR is published for the first time, along with the introduction of the euro (on 1st January 1999).
Belgian FSMA (Financial Services and Markets Authority) has authorized EMMI as the EURIBOR administrator since 2019.
HIBOR: HongKong Inter-Bank Offered Rate
HIBOR Panel Banks:
|LIBOR||> 350 Trillon $|
|EURIBOR||> 150 Trillon $|
|HIBOR||> 2 Trillon $|