Week in Review 01 14 22

This week Meredith Coffey explains why LIBOR transition *is* like Y2K, Tess Virmani discusses the SEC’s Great Expectations for 2022 and Elliot Ganz digs into Trimark and its meaning for loans.

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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.