PIMCO Said To Eye Banks’ Troubled Assets

PIMCO is said to be raising $1 billion for a private fund that will purchase troubled commercial and residential loans and other debt from banks that need to sell off assets to meet new regulations adopted by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.

  • 19 Nov 2010
PIMCO is said to be raising $1 billion for a private fund that will purchase troubled commercial and residential loans and other debt from banks that need to sell off assets to meet new regulations adopted by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. Sources said a loan servicer ...

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