Baird targets CLO arranging business
A New York brokerage with a CLO trading business is making a pitch to be the first debut arranger of the year. According to market sources, RW Baird has hired CLO origination specialist Mario Verna with a view to building out a CLO primary business. In March, Verna left Guggenheim Securities, where he served on the CLO desk as a managing director.
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