How LIBOR transitioning to SOFR affects CRE

Leverage.com | 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.”

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