Middle market CLOs eye Asian, insurance company cash

Antares Capital Advisers’ first middle market CLO in the 2.0 era was this week rumoured to have attracted the interest of Asian investors, potentially unlocking another big source of funding for a market that is also attracting larger volumes of insurance company money.

  • By David Bell
  • 19 Apr 2017

The $2.1bn deal, arranged by Deutsche Bank, is Antares’ first in the post-crisis era. The firm was acquired by Canada Pension Plan Investment Board from GE in August 2015.

The unusually large transaction, in a market with typical deal sizes of around $500m, is a result of pent-up ...

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