Flexibility the focus as Citi and Deutsche prep new funds

  • 02 Sep 2005

While the classic CLO pipeline continues to fill, Citigroup and Deutsche Bank are marketing more flexible, lightly levered funds that can invest in several different asset classes.

Deutsche Bank is marketing an open-ended credit opportunity fund with Intermediate Capital Group (ICG). Eurocredit Opportunities will issue ...

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