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All Aboard? The LIBOR Train Is Leaving the Station

With the benchmark London Interbank Offering Rate scheduled for replacement at the end of 2021, banks and other market participants in the U.S. and UK are preparing for the transition. McGuireWoods partners Donald Ensing, Jennifer Kafcas, Susan Rodriguez, James Gelman, and Barlow Mann are part of the firm’s LIBOR Transition team helping financial institutions with their transition efforts. They assess where the transition stands and key issues facing market participants in the months ahead.

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Despite COVID, LIBOR Rates Still Set to Expire

During the unprecedented events of 2020, some may have forgotten about the upcoming phaseout of LIBOR at the end of 2021 – but now is a good time for borrowers to refamiliarize themselves with the potential ramifications of the change.

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As LIBOR Sunsets, Contract Intelligence Takes Center Stage

What happens when “the most important number in finance” is eliminated? With the impending retirement of the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR), financial institutions around the world are now faced with that question.

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