Industry Pondering Euro CLO ‘Skin-In-The-Game’ Compliance (UPDATE)

09 May 2013

The issue of how new collateralized loan obligations in Europe comply with the Capital Requirements Directive’s Article 122a rule on risk retention—the so-called ‘skin-in-the-game’ clause—is weighing heavily on industry minds in light of this year’s market revival.

The issue of how new collateralized loan obligations in Europe comply with the Capital Requirements Directive’s Article 122a rule on risk retention—the so-called ‘skin-in-the-game’ clause—is weighing heavily on industry minds in light of this year’s market revival.

A securitization lawyer in London told SI that risk retention is creating ...

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