MCS’ Jonathan Thalheimer Joins ACMA Panel to Discuss Impact of LIBOR Phase-Out on Real Estate, Capital Markets
MCS shareholder Jonathan Thalheimer is a featured panelist at the upcoming annual meeting of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys (ACMA) where he will join a panel of in-house counsel for a discussion on the topic of “LIBOR is Dead, Now What?”
When LIBOR was phased out at the end of 2021, capital markets lost a widely accepted global benchmark for determining interest rates for real estate financing and other investment and market participants. The ACMA panel will explore how capital markets and the real estate sector are responding and adapting to a post-LIBOR world.
ACMA is an invitation-only organization of the nation’s most respected mortgage law and real estate finance lawyers. Members (fellows) share a commitment to giving back to their industry, improving and reforming laws and procedures affecting real estate secured transactions, and raising the level of professional responsibility of lawyers practicing in this area. Jonathan has held numerous leadership positions within ACMA and currently serves on the organization’s board of regents.
The annual meeting will be held at Sept. 15 – 17 in Park City, Utah. Details about the event can be found here: https://annual2022.acmaevents.org/agenda/.