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  • Coronavirus: Businesses Search for Liquidity, Credit

    Coronavirus: Businesses Search for Liquidity, Credit

    With the coronavirus pandemic creating a ripple effect in the economy, Amol Dhargalkar discusses how companies are looking to enhance their liquidity positions and secure access to credit with AFP.

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  • U.S. real estate market update—March 30, 2020

    U.S. real estate market update—March 30, 2020

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  • Congress passes stimulus bill

    Congress passes stimulus bill

    The Federal Reserve continued to deploy aggressive and extensive measures to mitigate the economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.

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  • Corporates sprint to lock in low rates

    Corporates sprint to lock in low rates

    Amol Dhargalkar discusses how corporate borrowers are moving quickly to lock in lower interest rates even as the coronavirus outbreak stops bond issuance in its tracks with Risk.net

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  • Europe real estate market update—30 March, 2020

    Europe real estate market update—30 March, 2020

    Why are LIBOR and swap rates not following the central bank rates down? What is the status with LIBOR transition and should I continue to prepare? Read this week's European real estate market update.

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  • Common FX questions in the current environment

    Common FX questions in the current environment

    Multiple standard deviation movements in currency rates since the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded has brought FX to the forefront. Here’s a list of common FX questions that Chatham has fielded.

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  • Debt valuation market update, Q1 2020

    Debt valuation market update, Q1 2020

    This webinar highlights the key drivers of debt valuation for first quarter 2020. They will also cover hot topics including recent market volatility and projected impact on fund returns.

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  • Hedging and COVID-19: 3 key considerations

    Hedging and COVID-19: 3 key considerations

    hedging and COVID-19: How can your company address its financial risk management program in light of these unprecedented times?

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  • FAQ: IBOR transition to risk-free rates in Europe

    FAQ: IBOR transition to risk-free rates in Europe

    Chatham’s experts on financial risk, hedge accounting, and regulatory matters answer questions our clients have asked to prepare for risk-free rates in Europe.

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  • Coronavirus impacts on future debt issuances

    Coronavirus impacts on future debt issuances

    Driven by the Coronavirus, U.S. Treasury rates reached all-time lows. Treasurers can take advantage by swapping floating rate debt to fixed and hedging future debt issuances out as far as two years.

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  • What is an interest rate cap?

    What is an interest rate cap?

    An interest rate cap is essentially an insurance policy on a floating-rate, most frequently 1-month LIBOR. It has three primary economic terms: notional, term, and strike rate.

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  • Understanding ASC 848

    Understanding ASC 848

    A summary of key issues companies need to know about the FASB's optional relief in ASC 848 Reference Rate Reform.

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  • Hedging in today's flat-to-inverted yield curve environment

    Hedging in today's flat-to-inverted yield curve environment

    Today's flat-to-inverted yield curve represents an opportune time for companies with floating interest rate risk to lock in a level of certainty at a favorable rate.

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  • Semi-Annual Market Update

    Semi-Annual Market Update

    In this installment of Chatham’s semi-annual market update webinar series, we will examine current market conditions, drivers, and indicators, as well as communications from the Fed . . .

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  • Libor Transition Expected to Accelerate in 2020

    Libor Transition Expected to Accelerate in 2020

    Matt Hoffman discusses how clearinghouse actions will be key in the move to SOFR.

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  • Chatham Financial wins Hedging Adviser of the Year at the Risk Awards

    Chatham Financial wins Hedging Adviser of the Year at the Risk Awards

    Chatham Financial accepted the inaugural Hedging Adviser of the Year award at the 2020 Risk Awards. This new award recognizes excellence in providing independent advice to derivatives users.

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  • Chatham Financial Acquires London-Based JCRA Group

    Chatham Financial Acquires London-Based JCRA Group

    Chatham Financial announced today that it has acquired the JCRA Group, significantly expanding the firm’s presence in Europe to create a global powerhouse in financial risk management solutions.

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  • Five things savvy treasurers will be doing in 2020

    Five things savvy treasurers will be doing in 2020

    In 2020 savvy corporate treasurers will be concerned with evaluating capital structure and interest rate risk, navigating the LIBOR transition, and developing operational efficiencies.

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  • End Users’ Challenges in the LIBOR Transition

    End Users’ Challenges in the LIBOR Transition

    End users must recognize and understand the complexity of the challenges during the LIBOR transition so they can act to mitigate their impact.

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  • U.S. companies advised to prepare for multiple benchmark rates in transition from LIBOR

    U.S. companies advised to prepare for multiple benchmark rates in transition from LIBOR

    Globally expanding businesses need to look beyond the replacement created by the Federal Reserve panelists say during AFP 2019, including Rob Mangrelli of Chatham Financial.

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