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FASB Proposes Relief For LIBOR Transition

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) released proposed guidance last week intended to ease the potential accounting burdens of LIBOR transition for loan market participants.

LIBOR: Tax Relief Cometh?

The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs announced last week that the Treasury Department will consider issuing guidance to define the tax implications of LIBOR…

FASB: More LIBOR Relief

The Financial Accounting Standards Board has agreed to issue additional LIBOR transition relief, providing the loan market assurance that the accounting body will address the…

LSTA Hosts Accounting Changes Webinar

On November 14th, the LSTA hosted a webinar on “Planning for Changes in GAAP: Credit Agreement Implications” presented by Howard Friedman of PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Ken Steinberg…

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Don’t Think You Are an ESG Fund?

On August 9th the LSTA hosted George B. Raine, partner at Ropes & Gray, for a webcast titled “Don’t Think You Are an ESG Fund?…

LIBOR: The Other Term SOFR

August 10, 2022 - The good news on LIBOR transition is that corporate loan market has largely stopped originating new loans on LIBOR and nearly…

Hot Topics in LIBOR: Remediation Survey

With less than 15% of outstanding US leveraged loans on SOFR, LIBOR remediation is moving more slowly than most folks would like. The LSTA’s Meredith…