In June, Wilmington Trust convened a panel of experts from Alston & Bird LLP and Marston’s PLC to discuss the LIBOR transition. The panelists discussed the impact of the changes as seen in the market together with the various strategies firms are implementing to work towards the deadline of 31st December 2021 implementation.

The panel was moderated by Alex Pashley, Wilmington Trust SP Services (London) Limited Director, Head of Structured Finance – UK and featured:

  • Robert Leach, Marston’s PLC, Director of Group Treasury and Tax
  • Andrew Petersen, Alston & Bird LLP, Partner
  • Stuart Watson, Wilmington Trust SP Services (London) Limited, Head of Corporate Services
  • Daniel Wynne, Wilmington Trust SP Services (London) Limited, Director, Trustee, Restructuring and Default Specialist

Beyond the webinar’s replay, for more information on the LIBOR transition please revisit a recent article “LIBOR Transition: A Mix of Progress and Ambiguity for Loans” at your convenience.


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