Points up front: An unethical CLO? Can’t be right, can it?
On 1 April, our new writer Faro Ipoll posted a report on Fetid Brook Capital’s plans for a CLO backed by unethical loans — counter to the trend of environmental, social and governance-friendly CLOs.
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