LIBOR(ed)? Let’s talk about the SOFR transition – Finance and Banking


United States: LIBOR(ed)? Let’s talk about the SOFR transition

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In this episode of Let’s Talk Lending, financial partners Andy Hutchinson and Rachel Gray-Pundir provide an update on the transition from LIBOR to SOFR, since their last episode in July 2021. Hear their views on recent market trends today today. of the passage.

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