How do banks do business?
The theory of bank finance starts with the old story of borrowing from Peter to make a loan to Paul. The want that banks make money is from the cost of funds plus the margins on the loans. LIBOR is proxy for cost of funds. This video reviews LIBOR as a benchmark for cost of funds and discusses why it is a valid benchmark.
- Shareholder in Vedder Price's New York office
- Practice largely involves the representation of banks and other financial institutions in the financing of commercial aircraft
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous topics concerning aircraft finance, including as to loan pricing
- Has written extensively on aircraft financing matters, including as to loan pricing
- Earned numerous distinctions and rankings in his industry
- Received the highest rankings possible in Chambers USA in the categories of Nationwide Transportation: Aviation: Finance; New York Banking & Finance: Equipment Finance & Leasing; and Nationwide Banking & Finance: Equipment Finance & Leasing
- J.D. degree, Harvard Law School; B.A. degree, Brown University
- Can be contacted at 212-407-7730 or [email protected]
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