Fees on the line as CLO investors fight back over ramp-up failings

By Sayed Kadiri

CLO managers globally are being chastised for failing to deliver on their model portfolios.

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TAGS: North america Europe Leveraged loans Clo

Comment by: Anonymous. Posted 2 months ago [2017-07-11 01:15:47]

Equity risk is what plays out over time. Collateral managers should not be representing something that they can't deliver in the very short term. This behavior is adverse to both debt and equity investors as well as the collateral managers themselves.

Comment by: Anonymous. Posted 2 months ago [2017-07-07 22:44:15]

What part of equity risk don't these folks understand?

Comment by: Anonymous. Posted 2 months ago [2017-07-06 17:18:23]

This isn't particularly new. There is one manager out there that has got away with this behavior for several years. The "fight back" from investors is overdue