This page provides a comprehensive overview of all of ICE Benchmark Administration’s (IBA) solutions designed to help stakeholders prepare for transition to new U.S. Dollar interest rate benchmarks. It reviews test settings for the ICE Bank Yield Index (IBYI), designed to be a credit sensitive interest rate benchmark for use in commercial lending markets, and for IBA’s forward-looking Term SOFR settings and the Tradeweb ICE Constant Maturity Treasury Rates (CMT), both of which are designed to provide term risk free rate settings in U.S. Dollars.
|Tenor||USD LIBOR®||ICE Bank Yield Index (IBYI) Rates||ICE Term SOFR Rates||IBYI Spreads to Term SOFR||Tradeweb ICE CMT Rates||IBYI Spreads to Tradeweb ICE CMT Rates|
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The daily data available on this page are historical and relate to a period of testing. They are provided for information and illustration purposes only, might not be accurate or reliable and may not be used for any other purpose.
The ICE Bank Yield Index (The Bank Yield Index) is designed to measure the average yields and spreads at which investors are willing to invest U.S. dollar funds over certain periods (e.g. three months) on a wholesale unsecured basis in banks active in the capital and money markets. The primary purpose of the Index is to serve as a potential reference rate for commercial lending.
The Index is based entirely on two types of transactional input data:
As a result, the Index is constructed on a transaction only basis.
To date, IBA has published a white paper and four updates on the development of the Index methodology and provides daily testing results which are available here.
The ICE forward-looking SOFR Term Rates – beta version - are designed to measure the average expected (i.e. forward-looking) SOFR rates1 over unspecified tenor periods. The methodology estimates the future path of SOFR using prices for SOFR-linked futures and Overnight Index Swaps (OIS). It has built-in protections to manage low liquidity and high volatility scenarios and so is designed to be stable across all market circumstances.
Tradeweb and ICE Benchmark Administration Limited (IBA) have published a paper introducing daily Tradeweb ICE Constant Maturity Treasury Rates (Tradeweb ICE CMT Rates) for review and comment by market participants (see press release). The Tradeweb ICE CMT Rates have been designed to provide market participants with a daily overview of U.S. Treasury yields for standard maturities.
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The data, information and outputs provided on this webpage are historical and relate to a period of testing. They may be updated and changed in their entirety as further testing data becomes available and as the methodology is changed and updated. They are provided for information and illustration purposes only, might not be accurate or reliable and may not be used for any other purpose. In particular, they are not intended for use as, and IBA expressly prohibits their use as, an index by reference to which the amount payable under a financial instrument or a financial contract, or the value of a financial instrument, is determined, or as an index that is used to measure the performance of an investment fund with the purpose of tracking the return of such index or of defining the asset allocation of a portfolio or of computing the performance fees. Such data, information and outputs may not be used as a benchmark within the meaning of the UK and EU Benchmarks Regulation or otherwise.
The methodologies disclosed on this webpage are subject to changes in response to feedback from market participants and other stakeholders and IBA's and Tradeweb’s further development work. These changes might produce different results that the data, information and outputs shown herein.
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There is no guarantee that IBA will continue: to test the U.S. Dollar ICE Bank Yield Index, ICE Term SOFR Rates or the Tradeweb ICE CMT Rates (the “U.S. Dollar Reference Rates”), to be able source data to derive the U.S. Dollar Reference Rates or publish the U.S. Dollar Reference Rates in the future. Users of LIBOR should not rely on the potential publication of the U.S. Dollar Reference Rates when developing and executing transition or fallback plans.
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Please note that U.S. Dollar LIBOR and each of the aforementioned U.S. Dollar Reference Rates are produced using different methodologies and different data sources. As a result, care should be taken when comparing U.S. Dollar LIBOR and any of the U.S. Dollar ICE Bank Yield Index, ICE Term SOFR Rates and/or Tradeweb ICE CMT Rates, on any day or for any period, including the period of testing.