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IBOR Transition Digest – August 9, 2022 – Financial Services

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The IBOR Transition Digest is a periodic compendium of global
regulatory and market developments and insights on the complex
issues confronting financial market participants as they continue
to transition from LIBOR and its variants to replacement benchmark
interest rates. As the market moves to the next phase of IBOR
transition, it is critical to have access to comprehensive and
timely resources about the market.

For additional resources and an introduction to our global
cross-practice IBOR Transition Task Force, please visit Mayer
Brown’s IBOR Transition


Switching to
SOFR: Proposed Rule Published to Implement the 2022 Federal LIBOR

Eye on IBOR blog, 2 August 2022

Summarizing the proposed rule, highlighting some of the specific
questions that the rulemaking notice asks, and sharing our
observations on the proposed rule, on which comments are due by 29
August 2022.

No foolin’:
USD LIBOR to sunset one year from today

Eye on IBOR blog, 30 June 2022

Reminding market participants of the USD LIBOR cessation date of 30
June 2023, and discussing the possibility of a synthetic LIBOR,
which is the topic of a new consultation
by the UK Financial Conduct Authority.

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