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With the expected phaseout of LIBOR reference rates at the end of 2021, issuers should take steps today to ensure they understand and are addressing exposure in new and legacy contracts.

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From: LIBOR Industry Group

On the Hunt for LIBOR: Where to Find Your Exposure

The LIBOR Industry Working Group has published the following guide to help state and local issuers identify areas in which they may find potential LIBOR exposure. U.S. regulatory agencies continue...

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From: LIBOR Industry Group

On the Hunt for LIBOR: Where to Find Your Exposure

The LIBOR Industry Working Group has published the following guide to help state and local issuers identify areas in which they may find potential LIBOR exposure. U.S. regulatory agencies continue...
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OMS Statement on LIBOR Transition In The Municipal Securities Market
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U.S. Multi-Agency Response to LIBOR Announcements

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From: Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA)

The Transition Out of LIBOR: What State and Local Governments Should be Discussing with Their Financing Teams
The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is a global benchmark interest rate calculated daily, and is the most widely used benchmark in the capital markets. State and...