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Lenders look at MAC clauses amid revolver demand1 day ago
A plethora of revolver draws has swept through the corporate credit markets. While banks and asset managers have so far shown the capacity to meet their unfunded commitments, the material adverse change (MAC) clause in credit agreements could allow them to pushback on borrowers.
Silver lining: credit investors provided with lower entry points than Q4 201816 days ago
Oil shocks and the coronavirus outbreak, along with aftermath effects such as US Federal Reserve interventions and lockdowns, is providing credit investors with lower entry points than the Q4 2018 sell-off, say sources. Furthermore, an expected U-shaped rather than V-shaped recovery could provide a greater money multiple for opportunistic investments - if they can access them
Euro loan trading: CLO managers find a home for building specialist's downsized loan2 months ago
CRH Europe issued a €700 million term loan B in November, which was downsized from €900 million. But still, it has proved popular with CLO managers with CLO-i indicating that CLOs bought €275.2 million of the loan
CBAM plans expansion with new $60 million credit facility2 months ago
CBAM has closed a $60 million credit facility to refinance a working capital facility to its parent company Eldridge Industries
NNIP's private debt head moves to private equity job5 months ago
The team leader for direct lending, loan portfolio financing and non-performing loan securitisations at NN Investment Partners has moved to a senior private equity job at AnaCap Financial Partners
European CLO managers join tussle for high-quality loans6 months ago
CLO managers which have been looking to de-risk their portfolios may have a fight on their hands if they seek to get hold of higher-quality paper in the primary market.
PE firms take hands-on approach to syndication6 months ago
European private equity firms are building out their debt capital market capabilities in a move which could radically improve information flow.
US loan trading: Sinclair loans dominate the airwaves as CLOs tune in6 months ago
Sinclair Broadcasting Group and Diamond Sports – both subsidiaries of issuer Sinclair - worked their way into CLO portfolios in July, with 91 managers purchasing $1.42 billion of the loans in July
Prepayments pose reinvestment dilemma for CLO managers6 months ago
CLO managers globally could be left sitting on piles of cash amid an uptick in loan prepayments. Standard & Poor’s reported that institutional US loan prepayments had hit $26 billion in July, and more recently some widely-held CLO names are set to return principal to lenders, with financial data provider Refinitiv US Holdings and Italian telecom operator Wind Tre taking this route.
Europe and US diverge on covenant lite structures7 months ago
Direct lending is syphoning away traditional loan supply
Direct lenders accused of exaggerating terms in lender education8 months ago
Sources say that some direct lenders in Europe are submitting standard indicative lender terms with limited or no internal discussions with their respective credit committees.
Borrowers promise to pay penalty if they breach ESG targets8 months ago
Loan investors are incentivising companies to improve their environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance by linking the financial terms of a loan to the ability of the borrower to meet predetermined sustainability targets.
European loan trading: CLO managers snack on Ifco loans9 months ago
35 CLO managers were holding €364.2 million €364.2 million of IFCO’s loans in April – all at par
Regulation stifles SRTs, but banks and investors revel in quarter-four outperformance1 year ago
Over the course of 2018 there was roughly €6.5 billion of issuance in the market for significant risk transfer (SRT) deals, sources say, with the last three months understood to be the busiest quarter on record
Spanish bank prices €972 million SRT with triple As paying 31bp1 year ago
Cajamar Caja Rural, based in southern Spain, has priced a €972.1 million significant risk transfer (SRT), according to market sources
European loan issuance set to decline in 2019, says Moody's1 year ago
The outlook for European leveraged loan issuance remains strong for next year, according to report by Moody’s, although levels will depend on M&A activity
Santander issues £1.1 billion SRT featuring UK project finance loans1 year ago
Banco Santander has completed a £1.12 billion significant risk transfer through a transaction dubbed Fitzroy 2018-1 CLO
African Development Bank prices landmark $1 billion SRT1 year ago
The market for significant risk transfer (SRT) deals has taken another step forward with a first-of-its-kind deal, which has been originated by the African Development Bank
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