Global CLO b-wic round-up: triple A volumes hit nine-year highs, but equity valuations could be "single digits"

By Charlie Dinning & Tanvi Gupta

Over $2.5 billion of US CLO paper listed in b-wics in last week's manic trading, with a further €435 million of European CLO bonds also on sale. CLO buyers and sellers turned to the safest part of the capital structure – the triple A rated notes – and away from its most illiquid asset class, with no equity bonds listed in either market

Subscriber-only article

This article is available only to Creditflux subscribers and free trial users within 30 days of publication.

Already a subscriber? Not logged in? Click here to login.

If you have not already done so,
you may request a FREE TRIAL by clicking here

This trial will give you:
  • 4-weeks' free online access to our
    most recent subscriber-only articles
  • Daily breaking news alert sent by email
  • A print copy of Creditflux

If you currently have a free trial, you will see this message when you try to view articles older than 30 days.

TAGS: Europe CLO Alcentra Secondary market BofA Wells Fargo North America Round-up Pretium