Investment banks can handle levloan downturn, says Moody’s
Global investment banks should be able to withstand stress in the leveraged finance market, according to a Moody’s report published on Tuesday, thanks to lower pipeline limits and smaller deal sizes than pre-crisis. This was borne out during the fourth quarter of last year, when few banks were caught offside despite a slump in loan prices.
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