After a year of unprecedented dislocation, the highest default rates since the Great Depression, and virtually no new issuance in Europe, you could forgive investors — those that are still standing — for breathing a sigh of relief for making it through. But institutional investors are doing more than that — they have cash to invest and are frustrated by the lack of supply in the market. Tessa Wilkie reports.
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