Market participants are undertaking significant work to prepare for a transition away from LIBOR. This publication focuses on the legal framework and other issues related to fallback language. To give a more tangible sense of what may be at stake and the efforts required to transition, it provides in-depth analyses in three important product areas: derivatives, credit facility transactions, and unsecured securities issued in the capital markets.

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Nick Benham

Mr. Benham is a partner in Davis Polk’s Corporate Department, practicing in the London office. [Full Bio]

John (JW) Perry

Mr. Perry is a partner in Davis Polk’s Corporate Department, practicing in the Credit Group. [Full Bio]

Gabriel D. Rosenberg

Mr. Rosenberg is a partner in Davis Polk’s Financial Institutions Group. [Full Bio]

Christopher Schell

Mr. Schell is a partner in Davis Polk’s Corporate Department, practicing in the Derivatives and Structured Products Group. [Full Bio]

Shane Tintle

Mr. Tintle is a partner in Davis Polk’s Corporate Department, practicing in the Capital Markets Group. [Full Bio]

Reuven B. Young

Mr. Young is a partner in Davis Polk’s Corporate Department, practicing in the London office. [Full Bio]

John Taylor

Mr. Taylor is European counsel in Davis Polk’s Corporate Department, practicing in the London office. [Full Bio]

Derek Walters

Mr. Walters is counsel in Davis Polk’s Corporate Department, practicing in the Derivatives and Structured Products Group. [Full Bio]

Vidal Vanhoof

Mr. Vanhoof is an associate in Davis Polk’s Corporate Department, practicing in the Capital Markets Group. [Full Bio]