Paul Hastings has a multidisciplinary, multijurisdictional practice dedicated to assisting our clients with the transition away from the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR)—a key benchmark rate used for loans and other financial instruments. With the end of LIBOR, market participants have become increasingly focused on navigating the post-LIBOR environment. To that end, Paul Hastings brings together the right mix of legal expertise, market knowledge and business acumen, to aid clients with LIBOR transition.
Are You Ready?
In our video series, members of our LIBOR Transition Task Force take a closer look at the issues clients need to keep top of mind as they develop their LIBOR transition plans and prepare for the road ahead.
Paul Hastings' LIBOR Transition Task Forceis the primary law firm content provider to LexisNexis online Practice Resources Center on LIBOR Transition
End of LIBOR: What you need to know Webinar
Paul Hastings and Lexology co-hosted a webinar focused on key aspects of the Libor transition and what market participants need to consider as they evaluate industry developments, best practices and market trends and plan for and implement their firm-wide Libor transition programs. Topics discussed include:
An overview of the Libor transition and industry developments
Various approaches and emerging solutions for the Libor transition in the loan market
Litigation risks and considerations for planning the Libor transition process
Update on Libor Fallbacks Supplement and Protocol
AI solutions for optimizing efficiency and reducing costs for Libor transition
To view the recording of this webinar, please click here.
Your Strategic Partner in the Transition from LIBOR
We work closely with clients to ensure consistency and efficiency in implementing and overseeing LIBOR transition and create benefits of scale that come from combined resources and infrastructure. We advise banks, funds, borrowers, issuers and sovereigns, among others, on the full spectrum of matters relating to LIBOR transition, including:
Assessments and Planning
Identifying, categorizing and analyzing LIBOR contracts and assessing LIBOR exposure
Establishing firm-wide transition frameworks taking into account, among other things, the impact of LIBOR transition on tax, regulatory and disclosure matters
Analyzing and Strategizing
Developing form amendments and fallback language that consider market practice, industry recommendations and the client’s operational constraints, liquidity needs and risk appetite
Developing strategic action steps for implementation
Preparing, negotiating and executing amendments to legacy contracts in line with strategic action plan
Ongoing monitoring and tracking of the implementation and impact of fallback language in new LIBOR contracts and legacy contracts
Agreements and Financial Instruments Commonly Impacted
We cover the full range of agreements and financial instruments commonly impacted by the transition from LIBOR, including:
CLOs / CDOs
Floating rate notes
Asset management agreements