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Recent changes in LIBOR and SOFR levels have upended a multi-year conversation between borrowers and lenders about what credit spread adjustment, if any, is appropriate to be added to SOFR-based interest rates when credits switch from LIBOR to SOFR. LIBOR and SOFR are fundamentally different reference rates because LIBOR is a credit-sensitive rate, which includes the cost of funds to banks, and SOFR is a risk-free rate tied to the cost of borrowing against treasuries.

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Update on the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility

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