Not Sofr away: Libor transition at a crossroads

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By Alexander Saeedy
26 Feb 2019

The road ahead appears long and daunting when it comes to finding a solution for legacy floating rate debt denominated in Libor, which banks will no longer be compelled to report after 2021.

Three panels on day two of Structured Finance Industry Group (SFIG) 2019 conference in Las Vegas all riffed on the theme of Libor transition, which has created a market-wide quandary since the move was announced in 2017.

A consensus arose among central bankers and regulators about the most ...

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