“easy” loan facility provided under this agreement, pursuant to Clause 2 (facilitation). While the aforementioned problems are not only in the Asian syndicated lending market, Asia has only slowly developed market practices for these issues relative to the rest of the world. With the recent release of the facilities agreements, the Asian syndicated credit market is expected to quickly catch up with the LibOR Transition Highway. Advice to market participants who are considering entering into business with their Asian counterparts – close up! APLMA Post launched the first SOFR-based syndicated lending agreements for syndicated loans in the Asia-Pacific, first appeared on Eye on IBOR Transition. On November 12, 2020, the Asia Pacific Loan Market Association (“APLMA”) published two draft discussions on facility agreements (“facility agreements”) for U.S. dollar credit transactions in the Asia-Pacific region. Until recently, the Asian credit market did not have market standards for RFR formulas, price methodology and institutional operational practices. The facility agreements show the main design concepts and elements and calculation methods needed to move from IBOR referencing to a relevant RFR. APLMA does not recommend and support a specific pricing or calculation method and finds that facility agreements are not a standard position on these issues due to the lack of market practices. (c) any amount borrowed in connection with a facility to purchase bonds or issuance of bonds, bonds, bonds, loan portfolios or a similar instrument; APLMA welcomes comments and comments on the facility agreements by December 4, 2020. Based on these comments, APLMA intends to provide recommended presentation forms as soon as possible.
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