Back To Basics, But Not To Business As Usual For CLOs

Collateralized loan obligation issuance will come back, but the structures will be less complex and less leveraged, said panelists debating the fate of CLO structures in a string of ABS East panels Monday afternoon.

  • 21 Oct 2008

--Leela Parker

Collateralized loan obligation issuance will come back, but the structures will be less complex and less leveraged, said panelists debating the fate of CLO structures in a string of ABS East panels Monday afternoon.

Current CLO issuance is limited primarily to private placement deals done for financing purposes ...

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2 Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) 10.66
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