Regrettably, a small number of CLO debt investors insist on ‘hardcoded’ Sofr replacement provisions

By Thomas Majewski, founder & managing partner, Eagle Point Credit Management

Sofr looks like the most likely candidate to replace Libor, but it is still risky to write it into CLO documentation

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