Global Rate Set Systems are pleased to announce that its subsidiary, the Czech Financial Benchmark Facility (CFBF), has today been authorised as a Benchmark Administrator under European Benchmark Regulation (BMR)....
The road to BMR authorisation for a third country benchmark is difficult, time-consuming and costly. Many third country benchmark administrators have been slow to grasp the implications of BMR for...
Background The original constitution of an IBOR panel, in all jurisdictions, traditionally included banks of a similar credit rating who were deemed to be the key participants involved in local...
This paper looks specifically at the impact of European Benchmark Regulation (BMR) on benchmark administrators located outside of the European Union (EU).
We take our responsibilities under GDPR seriously. We have been working on a program to ensure that we will be ready for compliance with GDPR by 25 May 2018 this...
January 2018 – GRSS has taken new premises in the Prague Old Town and centralised its European operations. The new space provides room for the Help Desk team who oversee...
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- Implications of EU BMR for Benchmark Administrators and Submitters
- Benchmark Administrators running out of time to meet BMR
- Notice of activities on GDPR
- GRSS moves European benchmark operations to new offices in Prague
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