LIBOR potentially will cease after the end of 2021.  Why may this happen, what might replace LIBOR…and what should loan market participants be considering? Members joined us for a short webcast to discuss:

  • The drivers behind LIBOR’s potential decline
  • Efforts to develop a new reference rate (probably SOFR)
  • Interaction with other asset classes (such as hedges, CLOs)
  • Key issues to watch such as fallback language, credit spread adjustments and term reference rates


Wednesday, May 30, 2018
11AM to 11:30AM (ET) |Webcast Only


  • Meredith Coffey, LSTA
  • Tess Virmani, LSTA

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