Week in Review 09 16 22

This week in review: Elliot Ganz discusses the Revlon’s reversal and invites members to a deep dive webcast into the arguments, Meredith Coffey previews a rollicking discussion of “BSL vs Private Credit”, which will be continued at the LSTA Conference next week, Elliot Ganz notes that we all worried about LIBOR litigation, but a particularly odd LIBOR case was just, um, ICED and Speaking of LIBOR, the LIBOR Q&A call is next Monday (19th) to avoid Rosh Hashanah.


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