CLO 2.0s: A Two-Year Investment?

More collateralized loan obligations, including ones issued since 2010, are likely to be called, refinanced or repriced as equity holders look to take advantage of CLO liability spreads that keep tightening.

  • 08 Mar 2013

More collateralized loan obligations, including ones issued since 2010, are likely to be called, refinanced or repriced as equity holders look to take advantage of CLO liability spreads that keep tightening.

The buzz is that the forward pipeline for new-issue already contains deals that will refinance CLOs issued since ...

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