- Ed Ivey quoted in IFLR article: USD Libor survey, part IV:ARRC and Fed’s Libor transition management deemed ‘disruptive’ by marketDecember 2021
Moore & Van Allen (MVA) Financial Services Counsel Ed Ivey has been quoted in the Practice Insights from IFLR article, “USD Libor survey, part IV:ARRC and Fed’s Libor transition management deemed ‘disruptive’ by market” which was published on December 22.
- February 2021
MVA Financial Services Member Lauren Biek, Co-head of Financial Regulatory Advice and Response Neil Bloomfield, and Financial Services Counsel Ed Ivey will serve as panelist during the NCBA: The Business Lawyer as First Responder, 2021 Business Law Section Program. This live webcast will take place on February 11. Additionally, Financial Services Member Kimberly Zirkle serves on the planning committee for the Business Law Section program.
- September 2017
With the Financial Conduct Authority (the “FCA”) announcing in July 2017, essentially, its intent to no longer persuade or compel panel banks to make LIBOR submissions by the end of 2021, the future of LIBOR, and its role in the trillions of dollars of interest rate products that use it as a benchmark, including over-the-counter (“OTC”) interest rate swaps, has become more uncertain.