A decade after the last credit crisis, our market has grown exponentially by every measure: notional traded, market participants, trade count and trade allocations, to name a few.  However, there is one area that hasn’t grown: the size of operations and legal teams, who are primarily responsible for closing distressed trades and managing the sizeable risk of open transactions.  As the number of shift dates increases and the entire leveraged loan market adapts to the new “work from home” normal, how should lawyers, operations leaders and closers manage growing volumes? What tools do risk and compliance departments have at their disposal to assess the readiness of their institutions as we enter another cycle of distressed trading? Members listened to our panel of experts discuss key considerations and highlight new tools that will help you weather the storm in this practical and timely webinar.

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Tuesday, June 23, 2020
4PM to 5PM (ET)|Webcast Only
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*1 CLE Credit Will Be Offered*

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