The IBOR Transition Digest is a periodic compendium of global regulatory and market developments and insights on the complex issues confronting financial market participants as they continue to transition from LIBOR and its variants to replacement benchmark interest rates. As the market moves to the next phase of IBOR transition, it is critical to have access to comprehensive and timely resources about the market.
A Deeper Dive Into the US Adjustable
Interest Rate (LIBOR) Act
Legal Update, 4 April 2022
A more detailed to examination of the LIBOR Act's coverage, requirements and protections, as well as an example of its practical application.
United States - Syndicated and Bilateral
Loan Syndications & Trading Association, 31 March 2022
LSTA has published a suite of amendment forms to assist in documenting the transition of loan interest rates from LIBOR to replacement rates.
United States - General
Securities and Exchange Commission, 30 March 2022
In Section VIII, the SEC states that a continuing priority of the Division of Examinations is assessing the LIBOR exposure and plans for transition to alternative reference rates of registrants.
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