As the June 30, 2023 sunset for the remaining U.S. Dollar (USD) London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) tenors approaches, keep in mind important tax considerations.
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This article summarizes recent regulatory developments and areas of focus for transition planning for the June 2023 LIBOR sunset.
By the end of June, banks will no longer be required to publish rates used to calculate USD LIBOR for any tenor. Read on for transition planning tips.
FASB has issued ASU 2022-06, which extends LIBOR sunset relief to December 15, 2024. Read on for details.
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This article provides details on efforts to replace LIBOR, which are showing limited signs of progress with days to go before the year-end deadline.
The SEC reminds professionals of their obligations when recommending LIBOR-based securities or strategies involving other LIBOR-linked investments.
The IRS has released a new revenue procedure as part of the global, ongoing work to prepare for the sunset of the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR).
As LIBOR’s sunset approaches, derivative central counterparties will be changing the interest rate used for margining, discounting, and contract price alignment for derivative instruments.
The transition away from LIBOR will be complicated and likely require significant hours to implement correctly for companies with a large volume of contracts.