CLO primary market heats up post Vegas

By Sam Kerr
08 Mar 2017

The primary CLO market has sprung to life following the SFIG Vegas conference held last week, with new transactions set to finally overtake the refinancing market that has dominated the pipeline in 2017.

This week, PGIM Fixed Income priced a $714.5m deal, Dryden 47 Senior Loan Fund, arranged by Goldman Sachs. Investors also snapped up a $611.7m deal from Carlyle CLO Management, structured by Citi, and AMMC sold a $407.9m CLO arranged by Société Générale.

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