PGIM favours short-dated CLOs with its second reset of the year

By Hugh Minch

PGIM priced its second CLO reset of the year yesterday, teaming up with Goldman Sachs to rework its 2014 vintage transaction named Dryden 36 Senior Loan Fund

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