Distressed loan trading to decline in 2013

06 Dec 2012

The secondary trading of distressed leverage loans is anticipated to diminish next year as banks embark on more disciplined and tighter lending standards, say experts.

The combination of both gradually improving macroeconomic conditions and increasing discipline in bank lending practices will lead to the decline in the secondary trading of distressed leverage loans.

Leverage offered by banks to companies across the region has declined to more subdued levels from the high levels of ...

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