- Language: English
- Published: July 2013
U.S. Structured Credit Roundtable: Despite Economic Uncertainty, CLO Managers Anticipate More U.S. CLO Issuance And A Broadening Investor Base In 2012 Jan 12
- ID: 2040384
- January 2012
- Region: United States
- Standard & Poors
The collateral managers at Standard & Poor's recent roundtable discussion expect improving levels of new issuance in the U.S. CLO market during 2012 and a broadening of the investor base. In their discussion, they also highlighted the sector's strong historical performance over several credit cycles, high relative yields, reduced regulatory risk, and the growing need of many companies to refinance leveraged loans. New U.S. CLO issuance, however, could be lower than anticipated if the U.S. slips back into a recession or the European Economic and Monetary Union (Eurozone) is unable to resolve its sovereign debt, currency, and banking problems. Moreover, if the economy remains stable, or even improves, the biggest challenge may be to broaden the CLO investor base to...
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