December 17, 2021 - by Tess Virmani. Please find below links to our updated suite of LIBOR Transition documents, which includes our library of SOFR-based concept documents as well as our new market advisory setting forth fallback language for use in BSBY-referenced credit agreements.

  • Click here for the LSTA’s Market Advisory on BSBY Fallback Language. For more information, please see here.
  • Click here for the LSTA’s Term SOFR and Daily Simple RFR Multicurrency Concept Document dated December 17, 2021 (click here for a blackline against the May 2021 version)
  • Click here for the LSTA’s Daily Simple SOFR/Daily Compounded SOFR (Compound the Balance) Concept Document dated December 17, 2021 (click here for changed pages)
  • Click here for the LSTA’s Daily Compounded SOFR (Compound the Rate) Concept Document dated December 17, 2021 (click here for changed pages)
  • Click here for the LSTA’s Term SOFR Concept Document dated December 17, 2021 (click here for changed pages

For more information, please contact Tess Virmani.

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