Regulators Underscore Urgency of LIBOR Transition

July 23, 2018 Rob Mangrelli



Robert Mangrelli, director, global real estate hedging and capital markets team, discusses the risk of LIBOR-based debt and derivatives no longer existing, banks limiting issuance of new debt or derivatives based on LIBOR and pushing market participants to look for new instruments to value and hedge SOFR-based products.

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Rob Mangrelli

Rob is a Director on Chatham’s global real estate hedging and capital markets team. He joined Chatham in 2007 and advises clients ranging from publicly traded equity and mortgage REITs to specialty finance companies and debt funds on their interest rate and currency risk management strategies. Prior to joining Chatham, Rob worked for EY in their Philadelphia office on audits of financial institutions. He is a CPA in the state of Pennsylvania and a CFA charterholder, and graduated from the University of Delaware with a BS in Accounting and a minor in Management Information Systems.

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