Moore & Van Allen (MVA) Financial Services Counsel Ed Ivey’s article, “The Future Dominant Reference Rate of the Loan Market: Will There Be One Rate to Rule Them All?”, was recently published by Thomson Reuter’s Futures & Derivatives Law Report.
In this article Ed provides his thoughts on (i) the developing loan and derivatives markets’ use of non-LIBOR interest rates, specifically Daily Simple SOFR, Term SOFR, BSBY and Ameribor and (ii) analysis and issues that Lenders and Borrowers may wish consider today when looking at entering into a loan referencing any of these new rates.
You can read the full article here: The Future Dominant Reference Rate of the Loan Market: Will There Be One Rate to Rule Them All
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