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The Great Migration Away From LIBOR

LIBOR, “the world’s most important number”, is likely to cease after 2021. This presents significant—but hopefully surmountable—challenges. We discuss the LIBOR problem, timeline and potential shorter- and longer-term solutions. We know whereof we speak; the LSTA is a member of the overall Alternative References Rates Committee (“ARRC”), the body tasked with replacing U.S. dollar LIBOR.  […]

American Family Insurance Systemic Risk Report

American Family Insurance concluded in this report that leveraged loans do not pose a systemic risk at this time. The report, authored by analyst Steven Kelly and shared with the LSTA, is a response to press and regulatory inquiries into this question such as the Bank of International Settlements report released on Sunday.

Leaving LIBOR: Understanding SOFR

This presentation was done at the 25th Annual ABS East Conference in Miami, FL.  This presentation was moderated by our very own Meredith Coffey and it was presented by David Frey of HPS Partners, Claire Hall of DLA Piper, Steve Kudenholdt of Dentons and Phillip Thigpen of PWC.  We discussed the general types and attributes […]

Navigating Global LIBOR Crossroads

This was presentation was done at the 25th Annual ABS East Conference that took place in Miami.  The presentation was moderated by our very own Meredith Coffey and it presented by Melanie Gnazzo of Chapman, Greg Hertick of Nomura, Richard Hopkin of AFME, Peter Phelan of US Department of Treasury, Alexey Surkov of Deloitte & […]

U.S. LIBOR Transition: Demystifying SOFR

Most U.S. lenders and borrowers realize that LIBOR is likely to end sometime after 2021. However, they are less familiar with SOFR, the Secured Overnight Financing Rate, which will be the fallback for U.S. dollar derivatives and likely will be the fallback for cash products. Thus, lenders are keenly interested in seeing what SOFR actually looks like. To tackle that […]

LIBOR FAQs

LIBOR, “the world’s most important number”, is likely to cease after 2021. This presents significant—but hopefully surmountable—challenges. We discuss the LIBOR problem, timeline and potential shorter- and longer-term solutions. We discuss the LIBOR problem, timeline and potential shorter- and longer-term solutions.

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