Ask the Expert: LIBOR Transition
The FCA has made it clear that the market cannot rely on LIBOR being published after the end of 2021. What will happen to existing LIBOR-referencing contracts after that date and what should parties do about new contracts? How does the transition affect the infrastructure and project finance market? What are the differences in approach being taken across currencies and products?
– Julia House, Senior Associate, Clifford Chance
Julia is a senior associate in the general banking practice of Clifford Chance in London. Julia joined Clifford Chance in 2010 and has worked in the firm’s London and Madrid offices. She focuses primarily on infrastructure acquisition financings and refinancings, acting for both sponsors and funders.
– Anne-Sophie Eveno, Associate Director – Infrastructure Equity, Aviva Investors
Anne-Sophie is responsible for the origination and execution of equity infrastructure transactions. Before joining Aviva Investors, she spent four years at Mazars London in their Project Finance team providing financial advisory and model audit services. Prior to that she worked in Paris, as a financial auditor for Mazars, and at Groupama Banque as a strategic analyst.
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