Stanfield Seen Launching $600 Mln CLO

  • 11 Feb 2001
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Stanfield Capital Partners is reportedly in the market with a $600 million collateralized loan obligation with Credit Suisse First Boston. Sources in the market say the CLO is reportedly structured as a cash flow deal comprising a combination of bonds and bank loans, but the exact breakdown and structure could not be determined by press time. Stanfield officials declined to comment and officials at CSFB did not return calls by press time.

This deal follows the company's December CLO with Deutsche Bank and there were rumblings in the market that investors in that deal are concerned with the launch of a new fund so soon following the other deal. "Clearly if you invest a lot of money you want to make sure they're focused on putting you're money to work not diverting it to another fund," said one insider.

  • 11 Feb 2001

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