The Last 100 Days of LIBOR: Episode 6 – The Syndicated Loan Market and CLOs (Podcast) – Finance and Banking

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The latest episode of our IBOR Transition podcast mini-series, “The Last 100 Days of LIBOR” is now live. David Duffee and Sagi Tamir provide an overview of price developments in the syndicated loan market and how these developments may affect CLOs, including discussing the following:

  • Manage multiple benchmarks
  • Manage spread adjustments in SOFR transactions and transition transactions to SOFR
  • Synthetic LIBOR

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