Search Results

Total Results: 

Bankruptcy Roundup XIII: Law and Marijuana

Earlier this week the LSTA hosted the 13th installment (or, in Superbowleese, Installment XIII) of its quarterly webinar roundup of Recent Developments in Bankruptcy Law. As usual, Rich Levin of Jenner & Block spent most of the webinar delving into a number of key recently-decided bankruptcy cases that raise issues of importance to loan market participants (including a case involving pot!)

What’s Going on in Bankruptcy: Summer 2017?

This week the LSTA hosted the sixth installment of its quarterly roundup of Recent Developments in Bankruptcy Law.  As usual, Rich Levin of Jenner & Block focused on a number (11, to be exact) of key recently-decided bankruptcy cases that could impact loan market participants.

Become a Member

Membership in the LSTA offers numerous benefits and opportunities. Chief among them is the opportunity to participate in the decision making process that ultimately establishes loan market standards, develops market practices, and influences the market’s direction.

View a list of all members.

Our Partners

cusip-global-services-vector-logo.svgFitch Group logoRefinitiv-(March-2019)SP-Global-Market-Intelligence

Search Results by Relevancy

Primary Delayed Compensation Protocol

The Protocol applies to a “Primary Allocation” which is an allocation of new money by a syndicate desk in connection with either (i) a new issue syndication or (ii) an amendment of an existing Credit Agreement. In addition, the Protocol affects when-issued secondary trades by (i) changing what constitutes an Early Day Trade and (ii) […]