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Banker Resource Center

London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) Transition

The transition away from LIBOR as a reference rate benchmark poses financial, legal, operational, and consumer protection risks for institutions with exposure. Exposure is generally measured as the size of any activity and the number of counterparties or consumers with financial contracts that reference LIBOR across all products. It is important that institutions with LIBOR exposure have appropriate risk management processes in place to identify and mitigate transition risks.

Laws and Regulations

Key laws and regulations that pertain to FDIC-supervised institutions; note that other laws and regulations also may apply.

Supervisory Resources

Frequently asked questions, advisories, statements of policy, and other information issued by the FDIC alone, or on an interagency basis, provided to promote safe-and-sound operations.

Other Resources

Supplemental information and guidance related to safe and sound banking operations.


Informational videos and recordings of prior webcasts and teleconferences.