Chinese Firm Out With CLO Of Distressed Loans

Chinese government-owned China Cinda Asset Management is out with a CNY4.8 billion ($703 million) collateralized loan obligation backed by nonperforming leveraged loans.

  • 20 Jan 2009

--Aaron Johnson

Chinese government-owned China Cinda Asset Management is out with a CNY4.8 billion ($703 million) collateralized loan obligation backed by nonperforming leveraged loans. China Cinda was created by the Chinese government to buy bad assets from Chinese commercial financial institutions.

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