Hope For CLO Volcker Relief Springs Anew

Collateralized loan obligation professionals say regulators are beginning to come around to the sector, and that some sort of relief from the Volcker rule is now likely. [Updates previous article entitled "Volcker Would Cause $7 Bln In Bank CLO Losses"--LSTA]

  • 17 Jan 2014

Collateralized loan obligation professionals say regulators are beginning to come around to the sector, and that some sort of relief from the Volcker rule is now likely.

Only a week ago, market pros were saying the situation for CLOs—and for the banks that hold CLO senior debt—was ...

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