UK Accounting Glossary
A basis swap is an interest rate swap which involving exchange of two floating rate financial instruments denominated in the same currency. A floating-floating interest rate swap under which the floating rate payments are referenced to different bases.
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This glossary post was last updated: 13th February 2020.