Tagged with "CLO"

CLO Sales Pick Up The Pace With LIBOR Transition Ahead

Posted on November 5th, 2021 at 12:26 PM
CLO Sales Pick Up The Pace With LIBOR Transition Ahead

Industry experts anticipate that a record-setting pace of collateralized loan obligation (CLO) sales will continue as issuers prepare for an upcoming transition to a new benchmark.

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CLOs, The Biggest Buyers of Business Loans

Posted on May 31st, 2019 at 5:23 PM
CLOs, The Biggest Buyers of Business Loans

Collateralized loan obligations or CLOs are now the biggest buyers of loans to non-investment grade businesses.  They hold about 60% of the debt of companies.  Buyers of CLOs include hedge funds, insurers, pensions, and other large investors.

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Canada’s Government Pension Plan Invests $285 Million in Collateralized Loan Obligations

Posted on October 10th, 2018 at 2:07 PM
Canada’s Government Pension Plan Invests $285 Million in Collateralized Loan Obligations

Canada’s government pension plan, Canada Pension Plan Board (CPPIB) is investing $285 million in collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) managed by Sound Point Capital Management, a New York-based credit hedge fund founded by former Bank of America investment banker Stephen Ketchum.

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