If not defined otherwise, one of the ways to hedge risks from an interest rate swap. In this case, the bank concludes a second offsetting interest rate swap – usually with another partner – for the same nominal amount and the same term. The interest payments thus give rise to fixed profits or losses in the future. – See LIBOR spread, swap transaction.
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