The LSTA has initiated a weekly live LIBOR Q&A call on Monday afternoons at 3PM(ET). This call is intended to address LIBOR questions coming into the LSTA. There are two ways to ask questions:

  • You can ask questions live on the call
  • You can email your question to LIBOR information and we will collect these questions and answer them on the call

EVENT DETAILS

Mondays|Weekly
3PM to 4PM (ET)
Dial-In|(866) 546-3377
Participant Code|599 578 2187#

*International dial-in attendees can email Donna Murray at dmurray@lsta.org for a local dial-in number.

We also will collect the questions to develop a LIBOR FAQ. We hope this an efficient way to answer (to the best of our abilities) all the questions emerging from LSTA Members.

In the meantime, please refer to the LSTA’s The Great Migration Away From LIBOR for LIBOR insights.

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LSTA Newsletter: January 24, 2020

This week we recap secondary trading for 2019, give an update on LIBOR transition in the U.K., and let you know that we’ve published a credit agreement for investment grade term loans.

LSTA Secondary Trading 2019 Executive Summary

After recording consecutive record highs during the fourth quarter of last year ($211 billion) and again during the first quarter of this year ($212 billion), secondary loan trading volumes decreased 10% in the second quarter, to $191 billion.

LSTA Publishes its Second Credit Agreement

Today the LSTA published a new addition to its document library – the LSTA’s Form of Credit Agreement – Investment Grade Term Loan. This form is designed for a standalone term loan for investment grade borrowers.