CLO deals to continue but smaller managers shut out

Securitization experts predict no let-up in this year’s resurgence of European collateralized loan obligations after the summer, but they reckon the market could become dominated by big players. The outlook is bleaker for smaller, thinly-capitalised managers who are struggling to get to grips with the European Banking Authority’s risk retention amendments, writes Hugh Leask.

  • By Joseph McDevitt
  • 01 Aug 2013
July was the busiest month this year for the re-emergent asset class, with three CLOs pricing — Intermediate Capital Group’s St Pauls II CLO, Ares Management’s Ares European CLO VI, and Credit Suisse Asset Management’s Cadogan Square CLO V — altogether totalling about €1bn. Since Cairn Capital kickstarted ...

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1 Citi 7,171 21 10.72
2 Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) 6,901 20 10.32
3 JP Morgan 4,776 10 7.14
4 Credit Suisse 4,718 9 7.05
5 Lloyds Bank 4,420 14 6.61

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2 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 59,056.08 169 9.80%
3 JPMorgan 56,861.85 163 9.43%
4 Citi 56,521.05 165 9.38%
5 Credit Suisse 44,888.95 123 7.45%