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  • 27 Apr 2016
    • US middle market lending to include more CLOs if upcoming maturity wave coincides with downturn
      New collateralized loan obligations (CLOs), private equity firms, hedge funds, banks and specialty finance companies are likely to play a larger role in financing middle market companies as the bulk of middle market loans mature in 2016-20. This mix of lenders will be more representative of the mix that was in place prior to 2007, before business development companies came to dominate the middle market lending space... Full Report
  • 26 Apr 2016
    • Small percentage of US CLO 2.0s at risk of OC test failure
      While most Moody’s-rated CLOs have significant buffers to protect against OC test failure, roughly 5% of rated CLO 2.0s are at greater risk of OC deterioration because they are exceeding their Caa limit and have large exposures to the riskiest assets. These assets can erode CLO OC ratios via excess Caa haircuts, credit risk sales at a par loss or defaults …Press Release l Full Report
  • 12 Apr 2016
    • Effects of oil price slump ripple through securitization markets
      The negative effects of low oil prices are emerging in pockets of the US structured finance market, weakening collateral performance or eroding the credit quality of transactions. Lower oil and gas prices are, however, at the same time positively affecting other areas of the market, as a much broader set of consumer and corporate obligors benefit from lower energy costs... Full Report l Press Release
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