Barclays Eyes CLO Notes For Buyback

Barclays Capital is looking to buy back notes from two of its collateralized loan obligations; LAMBDA 2005-1 and LAMBDA 2007-1, according to an Irish Stock Exchange announcement.

  • 11 Jun 2009

--Cristina Pittelli

Barclays Capital is looking to buy back notes from two of its collateralized loan obligations; LAMBDA 2005-1 and LAMBDA 2007-1, according to an Irish Stock Exchange announcement.

The firm wants to repurchase notes from the Aaa-rated Class AB bonds, the Aa2-rated class B bonds and the A2-rated class C bonds from ...

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