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    Article

    The rise of energy from waste

    Chatham managing director Rishin Patel comments on the rise in energy from waste opportunities and what this means for ESG investors, in GLIO journal.

    Category
    Infrastructure
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    Article

    EMIR Refit impacts for fund-level hedging

    Changes to EMIR that could impact fund-level hedging, including REITs, became effective June 17, 2019. European regulators have expanded the financial counterparty definition to include all funds.

    Category
    Private Equity
    Post Date
    Jun 18, 2019
  • Article

    Four characteristics of a FinPartner

    This piece written for ABA Banking Journal discusses the four characteristics to evaluate the next time you search for a suitable FinPartner.

    Category
    Financial Institutions
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    Article

    Community banks and derivatives: debunking the four biggest myths

    As commercial borrowers seek long-term funding, it’s time for risk-averse community banks to examine commonly-held phobia about using swaps.

    Category
    Financial Institutions
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    White Paper

    FX hedging for private debt funds

    This white paper introduces the key sources of FX exposure, some common methods for mitigating FX risks, and some of the challenges and choices that typically arise around that process.

    Category
    Private Equity
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    Article

    ARRC consultations for fallback contract language

    The ARRC consulted with market participants to determine the fallback provisions for business and syndicated FRNs. The debate centers between hardwired and flexible, amendment-based approaches.

    Post Date
    Feb 1, 2019
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    Article

    Refinancing projects and pre-hedging financial market risks

    Chatham's Rishin Patel comments on investment and hedging trends in the project finance and renewable energy sectors. This article was first published in GLIO Journal issue 5.

    Category
    Infrastructure
  • Guide

    How to structure, launch, and build your interest rate swap program

    A borrower swap program is a tool to help banks compete for long-term, fixed-rate loans. Success starts with identifying goals, deciding how to resource, and building the program.

    Category
    Financial Institutions
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    Press Release

    Chatham advises the Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority on Gordie Howe international project

    Chatham is delighted to announce its advisory role for the Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) on the Gordie Howe international bridge project.

    Category
    Infrastructure
    Post Date
    Oct 29, 2018
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    Article

    ISDA Consultation on Certain Aspects of Fallbacks for Derivatives

    Chatham's response to ISDA's consultations on amending the 2006 ISDA Definitions to provide fallback definitions for key IBORs upon their permanent discontinuation.

    Post Date
    Oct 20, 2018
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    Article

    Is foreign currency debt the right answer for FX hedging?

    Using debt as a natural FX hedge by matching it to the company’s EBITDA currency split, is a commonly deployed solution in private equity. For example, a EUR-reporting business, generating half its EBITDA in EUR and half in USD, would draw debt in these same proportions.

    Category
    Private Equity
    Post Date
    Aug 31, 2018
  • Article

    Derivatives education for boards: weighing the whys along with the why nots

    Bob Newman, managing director for Chatham Financial, questions common objections to swaps and uncovers truths that may motivate your board to take a fresh look at derivatives.

    Category
    Financial Institutions
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    Article

    FASB update removes roadblock to hedging with derivatives

    A lot has changed since the mid-1980s, when derivatives were known as “off-balance sheet” instruments because there was not a neat way to fit them onto a firm’s financial statements.

    Category
    Financial Institutions
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