Redding Ridge does without single B debt as it prices European CLO
RRE 2 has an unusual debt structure for a European transaction, with the CLO opting against a single B tranche. At the opposite end of the structure, the triple As are issued in senior and junior tranches which priced at 113 and 150 basis points over Euribor respectively
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