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A Return to Normal for the SEC?

This week, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that it would extend the comment periods for three recent proposed rulemakings. 

SEC Speaks (to CLOs)

On Monday, the SEC released a report, US Credit Markets: Interconnectedness and the Effects of the COVID-19 Economic Shock, which included a chapter on CLOs…

LIBOR: The SEC is Coming

On June 18th, the SEC announced an “Examination Initiative: LIBOR Transition Preparedness”.

LSTA Newsletter: April 3, 2020

This week in the Newsletter, we focus on the market and regulatory impact of Covid-19. First, we discuss what happened in March’s secondary loan market…

Mutual Fund Exemptive Relief

On March 26, 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission's Division of Investment Management issued a no-action letter providing emergency relief to registered open-end investment companies…

OCC and Risk I: LIBOR Cessation

The regulators are coming. In summer 2019, the SEC flagged the risks around LIBOR cessation and provided guidance around managing risk for the entities it…

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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…