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Jian Hu
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Yvonne Fu
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CLOs & Structured Credit

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  • 2 Dec 2015
    • Global CLO credit quality to remain generally strong in 2016; collateral quality weakened and default rate rising
      US, European and Asian (excluding Japan) collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) will continue to perform well next year. Exposures to the commodity sector remain the key downside risk. The credit quality of Chinese CLOs will deteriorate, however, due to China’s slowing growth and the worsening credit profiles of its corporates... Full Report l Press Release
  • 18 Nov 2015
    • Side Effects of Pharma Price Scrutiny Will Stem CLO Gains from M&A Activity
      Recent scrutiny of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.’s and other drug companies’ pricing practices likely will curtail some of the gains collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) have made on merger and acquisition activity in the generic and specialty pharmaceutical sector. CLOs have indirectly benefited from M&A through deleveraging in amortizing CLOs and low risk par building in reinvesting CLOs. The scrutiny raises credit risks for generic and specialty pharmaceutical companies, and will slow M&A activity going forward... Full Report
  • 12 Nov 2015
    • US CLO credit quality slips on oil woes
      In the third quarter of 2015, the most notable changes among the indicators that underlie CLO credit quality were an increase in the number of companies with our weakest liquidity rating and a spike in corporate downgrades, driving our 2016 default forecast for speculative-grade issuers higher. In addition, US CLO credit quality slipped during the quarter, as evidenced by higher proportions of both collateral on review for downgrade and low-rated CLO assets…Full Report l Press Release
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