Since the 2012 LIBOR scandal, the production of financial indices and benchmarks has undergone much scrutiny. Regulators uncovered widespread rate-rigging at many financial institutions and have since been working to establish principles and frameworks for the production and use of benchmarks. The infographics below shows you the story so far.
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