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ICE Benchmark Administration

ICE Benchmark Administration®

Administering Global Benchmarks and Data Services

Access to accurate, reliable information is essential to the integrity and everyday functioning of global markets and the economies which they support. Benchmarks and other data form a vital part of this ecosystem, helping market participants to assess the value of assets and make informed business decisions with confidence.

As one of the world’s most experienced administrators of regulated benchmarks, ICE Benchmark Administration® (IBA) is leading the way in benchmark and other data administration services, offering the highest standards of input data collection, calculation, publication and surveillance. By establishing comprehensive and robust governance and oversight functions, and constantly evolving and developing our benchmarks and data services, IBA is enhancing benchmark and data integrity in order to give market participants confidence in the information they depend upon.

IBA’s benchmark and other information notice and disclaimer

Administering Global Benchmarks and Data Services


  • LIBOR® is in the process of being wound down.
  • ICE Benchmark Administration® Limited (“IBA”) no longer publishes any LIBOR settings using panel bank contributions under the “panel” bank LIBOR methodology.
  • IBA is being compelled by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) under the UK Benchmarks Regulation (“BMR") to publish the 1-, 3-and 6-Months USD LIBOR settings, and the 3-Month GBP LIBOR setting, in each case using an unrepresentative “synthetic” methodology. The FCA intends that these "synthetic" settings will cease after a temporary period of publication.
  • All other LIBOR settings have ceased to be published.
  • The use of LIBOR may be restricted or prohibited by law and by the requirements of regulatory authorities.
  • Please ensure you take legal and financial advice in all relevant jurisdictions to ensure you understand the impact of the cessation or unrepresentativeness of any LIBOR settings on you and your counterparties, and to ensure you understand the implications of the exercise of the FCA’s powers under the BMR
  • Please refer to the FCA’s LIBOR transition website and our LIBOR webpage for further information regarding LIBOR transition and cessation.

How IBA Operates

IBA combines robust regulatory and governance frameworks with advanced technology to bring credibility and trust to globally important benchmarks. IBA, which is independently capitalized, is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the UK. IBA is required to comply with the FCA's rules for benchmark administrators.

Statutory Accounts

Annual Report and Financial Statements For the Year Ended 31 December 2022

Annual Report and Financial Statements For the Year Ended 31 December 2021

Annual Report and Financial Statements For the Year Ended 31 December 2020

Annual Report and Financial Statements For the Year Ended 31 December 2019