CLO 2020 outlook: lower volumes predicted, but it’s not all bad news

By Robin Armitage, Lafri Reda, Sam Robinson and Charlie Dinning

US CLO issuance is expected to drop by roughly 20% next year, according to bank research desks. This comes after a solid 2019 in which $101 billion of new US CLOs have priced through 92 managers, as Creditflux goes to press

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Comment by: Anonymous. Posted 1 year ago [2019-12-18 19:30:01]

Extremely useful synopsis - thank you so much!