Global CLO managers eye third-party risk retention solutions
Third party risk retention funds are looking increasingly attractive to global CLO managers, after the onset of US risk retention rules and potential stiffening of European rules make the CLO business more capital intensive.
Several large CLO players, such as GSO/Blackstone, Ares, Napier Park and Chenavari already use in-house risk retention funds, utilising third-party capital to invest in their own CLOs and often those of other managers, but interest in the structures is increasing, according to market sources.Investcorp, which acquired 3i ...
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