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SME CLOs' structural features compensate for weak collateral relative to BSL CLOs
October 3, 2019 (5.33mins)
David Burger, Shan Lai
David Burger and Shan Lai of the Structured Finance group discuss the differences between SME and BSL CLOs and how SME CLO structural features compensate for weaker SME loan collateral.
SME CLOs' structural features compensate for weak collateral relative to BSL CLOs
​​Collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) are a primary source of financing for small to middle enterprise (SME) lenders while broadly syndicated loan (BSL) CLOs are typically arbitrage transactions, a primary driver of the key differences between SME CLOs and BSL CLOs.​
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