Navigating the Transition from LIBOR to SOFR

Global finance is in the middle of a multi-year transitionary phase-out of LIBOR as an accepted global benchmark rate, which should become official in late-2021. The effects of LIBOR’s demise, and it’s most likely successor, SOFR (the Secured Overnight Funding Rate), has been widely analyzed, scrutinized, and debated between regulators, the largest financial institutions, across global governmental agencies, to top industry advisors – but the end-user of consumer loans and OTC Derivative products may not have placed this looming rate change at the top of their to-do-list. As a commercial real estate borrower, how much exposure will this rate conversion have on your portfolio? We’re here to help.

SOFR With Ease was created to help borrowers navigate the potential real-world impacts of the transition from LIBOR to SOFR and its effects on their floating rate loans and underlying derivative products.  Our team of experts are here for free consultation and our online calculators are a great place to start analyzing your portfolio:

Interest Rate Hedging

With over 40 years of collective interest rate hedging/derivatives expertise, our team is here to help you analyze any existing hedges and explore solutions for hedging new debt.

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Exposure to the LIBOR to SOFR Transition

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