CLO volume tapers but supply surge looms

A new deal from Carlyle is the only CLO to have emerged in the primary market so far this week, following just two new deals last week. Spreads have firmed up on the lower supply and better macro backdrop, but with as many as 35-40 deals in pipeline the slowdown might not last long.

  • By David Bell
  • 31 Jul 2018

The $611.55m deal from Carlyle CLO Management, Carlyle US CLO 2018-2, included a $375m triple-A rated note that was sold at 109bp over three month Libor.

At the junior end of the capital structure, a $33m tranche rated BBB- by S&P Global Ratings was sold at 290bp over, ...

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