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This week in review: Tess Virmani provides a critical LIBOR transition checklist for the next two weeks, Tess Virmani also reviews draft BSBY Fallback Language (the final is slated to be published today), Elliot Ganz offers a look at legislation that may affect loans (bankruptcy, risk retention!) and Tess returns to discuss ESG regulation, coming soon to a theater near you!


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OCC Delivers on Climate Promise

LSTA's Tess Virmani, AGC & EVP – Public Policy, Head of ESG, looks into OCC draft supervisory principles on climate risk.

Why LIBOR Transition Really is Like Y2K

How is LIBOR Transition really like Y2K? The LSTA’s Meredith Coffey explains (and owns) the analogy and discusses today’s SOFR economics and tomorrow’s workstreams.