Market bemoans Europe’s lack of CLO manager tiering
Manager tiering became a hot topic in Europe again last month following Credit Suisse Asset Management’s decision to break with tradition by syndicating its triple A notes in Madison Park Euro Funding XIV, rather than place the notes with an anchor investor.
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