|Production Date:||December 29, 2011|
|Practice Areas:||Securities, Securities Enforcement and Regulation|
Join LSTA & LMA transaction specialist Julie Globus for this presentation on loan trading, which is the additional investment vehicle for banks, hedge funds and special purpose vehicles. Ms. Globus explains how loan trading differs from Securities and Bonds, how the loan trade standard is defined, and the basis for a loan trade. She also examines in detail the life cycles of distressed trades, the required documentation, and settlement procedures. You also don’t want to miss her discussion on the advantages and disadvantages of the different types of netting and loan trading in foreign loan markets. Ms. Globus also takes a number of questions regarding the Dodd Frank Act and clarifies how it affects the practice of loan trading. This presentation will be extremely helpful for attorneys involved in the purchase and sale of distressed debt.
I. Standard for Loan Trades
II. The LSTA
III. MNPI and Confidentiality
IV. Par Documentation
V. Electronic Settlement
VI. Loan Participations
VIII. Foreign Loan Markets
Edward (new york, NY)
well presented -- very useful overview
Nicole (Old Greenwich, CT)
David (Altadena, CA)
Presenter's level of knowledge justified the 2.5 hours devoted to this program!
Edward (Roaring Gap, NC, NC)
Julia (Seattle, WA)
The presenter did a great job of making an intricate topic engaging.
Price: $129.00Purchase Course (For CE Credit)
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