CLO buyers could pay for manager’s disclosure failings

Quirks of Europe’s new Securitisation Regulation, which came into force this year and is dominating debate at this year’s IMN/Afme Global ABS conference in Barcelona, could leave CLO buyers carrying the can for failures of CLO managers to meet their regulatory obligations.

  • By Graham Bippart, Owen Sanderson
  • 11 Jun 2019

Nick Shiren, a partner at Cadwalader, Wickersham and Taft, said that in a CLO, the issuer itself would be the party that was required to disclose transparency information under Article 7 of the new regulation.

But it needs to source this information from the collateral manager, who holds ...

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