Simple-Risk-Free-Reference-Rate-Multicurrency-Concept-Document-Feb-15-2022

This document is an illustrative example of an RFR-referenced credit agreement with interest computed on a simple, in-arrears basis. This credit agreement is for a revolving loan facility (with optional drafting for a term loan facility) with borrowings denominated in Dollars as well as Euro, Japanese Yen, Sterling, and Swiss Franc. Alternatively, this document also provides an illustrative example of offering RFR-referenced loans for Dollars, Sterling, and Swiss Francs, but EURIBOR-referenced loans for Euros and TIBOR-referenced loans for Yen.  The blackline, against the May 2021 version, is attached below as well (it will open as a zip file where both files are located).

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