How LIBOR transitioning to SOFR affects CRE | May 24, 2022

Chanakya Dissanayake, Managing Director and Head of Investment Research at Acuity Knowledge Partners, shares his views on LIBOR recently transitioning to SOFR, impacting the CRE. The new benchmark, SOFR, is more transparent, reliable, and less susceptible to manipulation.

Extract from the article: “The transition to transaction-based reference rates, such as SOFR, should restore market trust, as these rates are less susceptible to manipulation.”

Latest News

“Campaign to Kill Off Libor Is Boosted by Landmark Bond Sale”

Read More
“U.S. loan funds see fifth consecutive weekly inflow: Lipper”

Read More
Private Equity Wire
Expecting More: The evolving demand for ESG and impact investing | Private Equity Wire

ESG, Impact Investing, IRRs

Read More
People Management
Why businesses must seize the opportunity for cross-border recruitment

business growth, cross border clients, digital world

Read More
Institutional Real Estate inc
Dark times: Lower-grade office stock is weighing down portfolios across Europe — but offloading or improving assets is no easy task

arbitrage, Commercial Real Estate, conversion to office

Read More
Global Finance
GCC: An Oases Of Calm, For Now

GCC Banks, Global Situation, ‘Real estate’

Read More