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Flood Insurance Continues to Flow for Now

Last Friday, president Trump signed a temporary government funding bill to keep the government funded until December 22nd.  The bill also keeps the National Flood…

Regulatory Watchlist

The next few weeks may be chockablock with regulatory goings-on that potentially affect the loan market. We provide a watchlist below, a recent presentation (attached)…

Flood Insurance: Moving Forward

Over the past two weeks there have been two important developments related to the reauthorization of the National Flood Insurance Program (“NFIP”) which runs out…

Flood Waters Recede?

This week the House Committee on Financial Services took the first step in a process that could reverse an obscure and burdensome provision of a…

Will The Flood Waters Recede?

An obscure and burdensome rule that requires banks to ensure that real property collateral be insured under the National Flood Insurance Program (“NFIP”) may be…

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LSTA Newsletter: August 14, 2020

Meredith Coffey discusses credit, technicals and the surprising-yet-totally-predictable impact on the loan market, Tess Virmani describes the take up (and future) of ESG diligence and…

ESG Diligence Begins to Take Hold

It is undeniable that companies and their investors across the financial markets, including the loan market, are increasingly focused on how environmental, social and governance…

SOFR: Neophytes to Acolytes?

Last Friday, the Alternative Reference Rates Committee (“ARRC”) released a “SOFR Starter Kit”, a helpful set of fact sheets to turn SOFR neophytes into SOFR…