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LIBOR transition and SOFR loans: answers to frequently asked questions

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Now is the time for lenders and borrowers to focus on LIBOR transition. Based on KWM's extensive experience in representing APLMA, major banks and corporates (including international and PRC-based) on their LIBOR transition projects, we prepared answers to some frequently asked questions about USD LIBOR and Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) loans.

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