PGIM scores Europe's tightest CLO print of 2019 as resets make a comeback

By Hugh Minch

PGIM yesterday reset its 2016 CLO named Dryden 48 via BNP Paribas, according to market sources, scoring the European market’s tightest triple A print of the year at 101 basis points over Euribor

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TAGS: Europe Refinancing CLO BNP Paribas Pricing Primary market PGIM

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