LIBOR FRB FAQ 7 – How will examiners assess Board-supervised institutions' LIBOR transition planning? Will supervisors issue MRAs and take other supervisory actions in connection with the LIBOR transition?

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Q:  How will examiners assess Board-supervised institutions' LIBOR transition planning? Will supervisors issue MRAs and take other supervisory actions in connection with the LIBOR transition?
 
A:   Consistent with SR Letter 21-7, examiners first assess whether a Board-supervised institution has exposure to LIBOR. For institutions with LIBOR exposure, examiners have focused on (1) transition planning; (2) financial exposure measurement and risk assessment; (3) operational preparedness and controls; (4) legal contract preparedness; (5) communication; and (6) oversight.

Board-supervised institutions that are not making adequate progress toward transitioning away from LIBOR could create safety and soundness risks for themselves and for the financial system. Accordingly, examiners will consider issuing supervisory findings and other supervisory actions if a firm is not making adequate progress.

 
This Q&A was created based on information from the Federal Reserve’s website (which may be updated from time to time) that provides Answers to Frequently Asked Questions on the Transition Away from LIBOR.  This information may be found here:  https://www.federalreserve.gov/supervisionreg/srletters/SR2112a2.pdf
 

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