Basis between Japanese and syndicated CLO triple As may narrow, says Permira

By Hugh Minch

The basis between Japanese anchor and broadly syndicated CLO triple As is likely to narrow, according to Permira Debt Managers

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TAGS: Europe CLO Primary market Permira

Comment by: Anonymous. Posted 2 months ago [2019-03-08 17:23:29]

Ares LII has the second tightest cost of debt in 2019. A previous version of this article incorrectly claimed that Ares's previous deal, Ares LI, was tighter. Creditflux apologises for the error.