2014 Outlook—Global CLOs

23 Jan 2014

In 2014, the credit quality of new collateralized loan obligations will be strong, characterized by amortization in both the U.S. and Europe and by solid deal structures, a benign macroeconomic environment, and loosening credit in the U.S.

By Danielle Nazarian, svp, and Suzanne Sava, analyst at Moody’sInvestors Service

In 2014, the credit quality of new collateralized loan obligations will be strong, characterized by amortization in both the U.S. and Europe and by solid deal structures, a benign macroeconomic environment, and loosening credit in the U.S.

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