Qatar’s banks boost liquidity with mutually beneficial CLOs

Qatar’s banks have been turning to collateralised borrowing to boost liquidity after being all but shut out of the public debt markets since June, and the deals are proving mutually beneficial to both lender and borrower, with international banks able to continue to show support for Qatar.

  • By Virginia Furness
  • 13 Dec 2017

Qatari banks have proved they have plenty of funding options available to them away from the public markets, having completed collateralisations, syndicated loans and private placements in recent months.

Though no Qatari bank has funded in the public markets since May, when Qatar Islamic Bank raised $750m ...

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