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Alternatives to SOFR: an overview of existing credit sensitive rates

This article aims to highlight certain key differences between LIBOR, SOFR and several of the most common credit sensitive rates that are available or are in development today.

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New York paves the way for LIBOR transition

A newly enacted New York statute will ease the transition from U.S. Dollar LIBOR to the Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) while reducing the uncertainty and litigation risk posed by...

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Changes to deemed dividend rules bring good news for secured creditors
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Prior to the issuance of the final regulations under Section 956 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, a dividend was deemed created when a U.S. borrower pledged, as security for its...

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Changes to deemed dividend rules bring good news for secured creditors
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Prior to the issuance of the final regulations under Section 956 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, a dividend was deemed created when a U.S. borrower pledged, as security for its...

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Will changes to US regulations make it easier to obtain upstream security from foreign subsidiaries?
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Upstream guarantees and security by foreign subsidiaries of a U.S. corporate borrower may now be available without adverse U.S. federal income tax consequences to the U.S. parent.

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Tax Relief for U.S. Parents Receiving Credit Support from Foreign Subsidiaries Lev Fin Spin

Upstream guarantees and security by foreign subsidiaries of a U.S. corporate borrower may now be available without adverse U.S. federal income tax consequences to the U.S. parent.

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Will changes to US regulations make it easier to obtain upstream security from foreign subsidiaries?
Registered Content

Upstream guarantees and security by foreign subsidiaries of a U.S. corporate borrower may now be available without adverse U.S. federal income tax consequences to the U.S. parent.

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Tax Relief for U.S. Parents Receiving Credit Support from Foreign Subsidiaries

Upstream guarantees and security by foreign subsidiaries of a U.S. corporate borrower may now be available without adverse U.S. federal income tax consequences to the U.S. parent.

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Financial Industry Trends to Watch 10 Years After the Collapse of Lehman Brothers

Lehman Brothers' collapse a decade ago changed the financial services industry and brought about stronger regulation around the world. Now efforts to relax those regulations have emerged in ...

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