What is a “concept credit agreement”? Why is the LSTA developing one? What is that math formula? Members joined us for this webcast to find out all you need to know about the draft compounded SOFR in arrears credit agreement!

Topics covered included:

  • Understanding the attributes of a compound in arrears rate
  • A step-by-step look at the “Compound SOFR” definition
  • A discussion of the conventions included in the draft
  • A survey of which LIBOR provisions change and which stay the same
  • Next Steps

EVENT DETAILS

Tuesday, December 3, 2019
4PM to 5:15PM (ET)|Webcast Only
1.5 CLE Credit|Available for NYS Transitional and Non-Transitional  – Areas of Professional Practice

SPEAKERS

  • Jeffrey Nagle, Partner, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
  • Tess Virmani, Associate General Counsel & SVP, Public Policy, LSTA,
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