CLO investor base diversifies as negative rates persist

CLO managers are still able to refinance deals in the European market, but analysts said such deals will soon be replaced by a raft of new issuance. The buy-side is also diversifying as investors flee negative yield rates in other market sectors.

  • By Tom Brown
  • 13 Aug 2019

"Europe is on holiday and market volatility has prompted arrangers in the US to try and pre-place as much of a deal [as possible] prior to announcing it," said Laila Kollmorgen, managing director at PineBridge.

The demand for resets and refis continues to be driven by the ...

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