The CLO Committee was formed to share information and best practices among CLO managers, structurers and lawyers. In recent years, it has focused on LIBOR transition, as well as regulatory issues including TALF, risk retention, the Volcker Rule and issues arising from the SEC. The committee prepares analysis and white papers to support the CLO community’s efforts with regulators, lawmakers and rating agencies, as well as documentation to support LIBOR transition. 

The Committee’s membership is open to CLO managers, structures, investors, researchers and lawyers.

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  • Friday, January 29, 2021 at 11AM (ET)
    Meeting only for CLO Committee Members

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Trading Reorg Equity

On February 25th, the LSTA hosted a webinar, “Trading Reorg Equity”, presented by Alston & Bird partners, Russell Chiappetta, Mark McElreath, Ken Rothenberg, and James…

How to KISS for RFR Multicurrency Facilities

This week the LSTA circulated an initial draft of the LSTA's Simple RFR Multicurrency Concept Document. This draft references the relevant risk-free rate (RFR) for…

Flooring It! LIBOR vs. SOFR

Interest rate floors have been in flux in the past year – and floor economics currently are moving against lenders. Prior to the Covid-19 crisis,…