Bringing about increased efficiencies and standardisation
Developing markets offer great opportunities as global dynamics shift, demand for their resources increases and new technologies evolve. At the LMA, we seek to bring about increased efficiencies and standardisation in developing markets, whilst educating our members about the opportunities and challenges they may face when operating in these regions.
We are delighted to announce the introduction of our new e-learning course 'Transitioning to RFRs'.
The course has been designed to educate members on the transition from LIBOR and shift to risk-free rates (RFRs). The course currently consists of two initial modules: 'Introduction - Replacing LIBOR' and 'RFRs – differences to LIBOR'. Further modules will be added in due course. We hope these modules will be of great benefit to our members and help remedy any outstanding uncertainties regarding the shift to RFRs.
In the second of a series of interviews with senior market practitioners, Nick Voisey, Managing Director at the LMA, speaks to Tonmoy Andalib, Managing Director, Head of Loan Syndicate, Distribution & Portfolio Management, Global Corporate Finance, at FAB. They discussed how the MENA loan market is reacting to the current political and economic situation; how the market is progressing with ESG and what is the status of the market in terms of IBOR transition.