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Credit Rendezvous: the outlook in 2020 across a dozen segments of the credit market12 days ago
Welcome to the Credit Rendezvous, the first instalment of a regular feature published by Creditflux that tracks credit market dynamics in a dozen segments from investment grade, liquid loans, CLOs and CSOs all the way through to distressed debt. We view this as the meeting point for credit specialists across strategies to share their perspectives
CSO arrangers take notes from success of CLOs13 days ago
CSO arrangers are looking to follow the CLO template in more ways than one, with sources indicating that some dealers are looking to structure their deals in note format (as opposed to swaps).
- A round-up of fund performance13 days ago
- A round-up of ucits fund performance13 days ago
- A round-up of fundraising and people moves in credit
2020 will be about relative value, watching for idiosyncratic risk and a good deal of running away13 days ago
Investors must embrace change — it’s time for structured credit investors to look beyond vanilla CLOs
Experienced CLO PM Bowers launches asset manager with private equity backing27 days ago
Jonathan Bowers, a former partner and senior portfolio manager at CVC Credit Partners, has established an asset manager in partnership with a private equity firm
Apollo CLO and CSO specialists earn promotion to partner1 month ago
Apollo Global Management has promoted two members of its global structured credit team, according to market sources
Stockholm-based firm targets CLOs, CSOs and SRTs for new fund after stellar 20191 month ago
A fund manager, established in 2018, is said to be launching its second corporate structured credit fund, sources say, after generating 20% returns last year via its debut strategy. The new fund will invest across CLOs, CSOs, SRTs and index tranches
Falling correlation reignites passion for index tranche trades2 months ago
Dispersion in the global corporate credit market is rekindling interest in correlation trading, with dealer sources reporting that a late surge lifted 2019 index tranche volumes to $250 billion.
Farewell Mike2 months ago
After two decades, Mike Peterson, the founder and long-time editor of Creditflux, is moving on.
Points up front: There are lies, damn lies and awards pitches2 months ago
We’re hearing empty boasts, trash talking of their rivals and no shortage of promises that will absolutely be delivered.
Fund performance: Long-short funds rule in October as CLO funds struggle2 months ago
A round-up of fund performance
- A round-up of ucits fund performance2 months ago
- A round-up of CLO performance2 months ago
Fund performance3 months ago
A round-up of fund performance click here.
It may seem a bit rich for Welshcake to tell staid CLO investors they need to be more sensible4 months ago
Bespokes are the next big thing — and you’d be wise to get involved
Beyond blacklists: the next step in ESG4 months ago
Credit managers are integrating ESG into their investment processes, but that does not mean they are unable to invest in unethical credits — they can, if they are paid adequately for the risk.
Fund performance4 months ago
A round-up of fund performance
Ucits at a glance4 months ago
A round-up of ucits fund performance
Credit funds at a glance4 months ago
A round-up of fundraising and people moves in credit
Orrick poaches securitisation partner from Ropes & Gray5 months ago
The hire might help the firm move up CLOi Advisor rankings
Thomas Cook looks set to fly solo as default in outgoing Crossover series 315 months ago
The Determinations Committee has accepted a request to rule on whether Thomas Cook Group has triggered a bankruptcy credit event, after the UK-based travel company filed for chapter 15 protection in New York
The Last Tranche: managed CSOs and the benefit of CLO Euribor floors [podcast]5 months ago
Managed CSOs are the talk of the town in the synthetic structured credit market, while CLO investors in Europe are putting a price on how much they value CLO Euribor floors
Go long CLO triple-A and pick cash bonds over CDS, says JP Morgan5 months ago
Going long European CLO triple A paper remains one of JP Morgan strategists’ favourite trades following the European Central Bank stimulus announcement last week, despite these tranches having rallied 14bp on average since the bank first backed them. They also predict cash credit to outperform CDS
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