Public policy, regulation and litigation impact the syndicated loan market in many ways. LIBOR transition has profoundly changed the structure and pricing of loans in the past year. Rulemakings, such as the Private Funds Disclosure Rule, can reconfigure major lenders such as CLOs. And litigation—such as Kirschner—can redefine what, exactly, is a syndicated loan.  This session dived into how exogenous impacts such as these change the fabric of the loan market.  Presented by Meredith Coffey, EVP of Research & Co-Head Public Policy, LSTA and Elliot Ganz, General Counsel & Co-Head Public Policy, LSTA.

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