Week in Review 03 31 23

This week in review Tess Virmani brings you the latest in Sustainable Lending Guidance, Meredith Coffey explains why CLOs are un-Conflicted but not un-Concerned (about the SEC’s Conflicts Rule), Elliot Ganz notes the irony that the SEC has requested more time to file a comment in Kirschner. (Irony aside, this is a big issue.) and Tess Virmani reminds members that once in a blue moon, SOFR publication deviates from the SIFMA calendar. Good Friday’s moon is blue.

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The Kirschner Case: This is the End

The Supreme Court denied Kirschner's petition for certiorari, finally ending the case. As LSTA's Elliot Ganz explains, this cements that syndicated loans are not securities,…