With Libor going away in 2021, treasury and finance executives are focusing on fallback language. On this episode of AFP Conversations, Meredith Coffey provides insights on what financial professionals need to do to prepare. Coffey is Executive Vice President of the Loan Syndications and Trading Association, where she runs the research department and co-heads the LSTA’s regulatory efforts to help facilitate continued availability of credit and efficiency in the loan market. She is also a member of the Alternative Reference Rates Committee, which is overseeing the transition from Libor in the U.S.
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