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2018: U.S. Primary Loan Market Review

If one (hyphenated) word described December 2018, it likely would be “risk-off”. As the first chart in LCD’s Quarterly Review demonstrates, the riskier the asset class, the more it traded down.  To wit, in fourth quarter, equities were down 13.5%, HY bond returns were -4.6%, leveraged loans were down 3.5% and HG bonds edged into negative territory (-0.04%).

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Mark-to-Market Monthly November Summary

Last month in this space we boldly wrote “there is a silver lining for loans: they appear to be oversold”. And sure enough, following its worst monthly print this year (-0.45% in October) the S&P/LSTA Leveraged Loan Index (LLI) produced a four-month best 0.6% November return.

Demystifying the LSTA’s SOFR Concept Credit Agreement

Last week the LSTA hosted its Demystifying the LSTA’s SOFR Credit Agreement webcast presented by Jeffrey Nagle of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, the LSTA’s project counsel, and the LSTA’s Tess Virmani.

Semi-Annual Oil & Gas Industry Update Presentation

Energy finance practitioners from Haynes and Boone, LLP will discuss current energy finance topics, including the latest trends in oil and gas finance. The presentation was done by Eli Columbus, Partner, Bankruptcy Practice Group, Kraig Grahmann, Partner, Energy Finance Practice Group, Kim Mai, Associate, Commodities Trading & Finance Practice Group & Jeff Nichols, Co-Chair of […]

LIBOR: The Future of Forward Looking Term SOFR

The syndicated loan market would really like an IOSCO-compliant Forward Looking Term SOFR to develop. If such a rate developed, it would solve several problems inherent in SOFR.