What You Need to Know for the Upcoming LIBOR Transition: Best Practices and Guidance

November 11, 2020
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In this episode we’ll be discussing the upcoming transition from the use of LIBOR as the principal benchmark interest rate in lending transactions. We’ll look at the emerging alternatives, their implications and consequences, and the actions that should be considered by the many affected market participants to manage through the transition.

Our guest is Joyce Frost, Co-Founder and Partner at Riverside Risk Advisors LLC, an independent advisory firm with expertise in interest rate, currency, equity and structured credit derivatives. Within Riverside, she is also the Founder of LiborXchange, which helps clients navigate the LIBOR transition, strategically and defensively.  Leading this discussion is Joyce Gorman, Senior Counsel in the Firm’s Washington, D.C. office and a member of the Firm’s Finance Department. 

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