Insight into the global CLO market
This latest Appleby report provides data, insight and analysis on the global collateralised loan obligation (CLO) market.
Since the CLO market really started to take off again in 2011, CLO issuance has increased at a rapid rate, with the number of deals growing by more than 300 per cent between 2011 and 2012. Based on the current run rate, this figure could continue to rise by a further 60 per cent in 2013. And with the value of the market growing more than 260 per cent since 2011, it certainly seems that institutional investors are continuing to find value in CLOs. With an estimated $370bn (£238bn) in assets under management and growing, this market is blossoming as CLOs offer attractive risk-adjusted returns, as well as low default rates.
This CLO report focuses on the CLO deals data issued during the first six months of 2013 and reflects how this compares and contrasts with the same data extracted for 2011 and 2012…
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