ICE Benchmark Administration (IBA) provides transparent, fair and sustainable access to the benchmarks for all users. IBA licenses the use or redistribution of the benchmarks on a commercial and reasonable basis, to help set standards of fairness and transparency in benchmark distribution and licensing.
IBA benchmark data is available on a real-time, intraday or delayed basis through redistribution partners. For LIBOR and ICE Swap Rate, intraday data is available 4 hours after original publication time and delayed data is available 24 hours after original publication time. For LBMA Gold Price and LBMA Silver Price, intraday data is available 4 hours after original publication time and delayed data is available at midnight London time.
Clients wishing to use or redistribute IBA’s benchmarks require a license. Further information on the types of licenses available can be found below.
Any entity or person that wishes to use IBA’s benchmark or other information and data needs to enter into an appropriate licence agreement with IBA. IBA currently makes available six types of licence agreements for its benchmarks and other information and data:
Please see our Master Licence Agreement and our Fee Schedules below or contact IBA at [email protected] for further details.
Where an entity or person wishes to use IBA’s benchmark or other information and data in a manner not contemplated by one of our existing licenses, it should contact IBA at [email protected] to discuss entering into an appropriate licence arrangement.
Details of authorized data vendors and redistributors for IBA’s benchmark and other data can be obtained from [email protected].
All of IBA's benchmarks can be accessed from redistributors and data vendors. For historical continuity, clients with a license for LIBOR have three additional options for accessing the rates:
LIBOR rates files are in FIXML format. Sample files are provided to help clients in setting up their systems.
Visit the LBMA Gold and Silver Price page for sample files
Note: Clients may find it easier to view the contents of the FIXML file using Microsoft Excel to tabulate the data into headed columns. To do this, save the file to your computer, then drag and drop the file onto an open Microsoft Excel window and select 'As an XML table' when presented with the 'Open XML' dialogue box (you may need to click 'OK' again if asked whether to create a schema based on the XML source data).