Pages from CLOs Are Simply Not a Source of Systemic Risk to the Banking System

A recent internet meme posits that the U.S. banking system is on the precipice of collapse. Today’s catalyst,the Collateralized Loan Obligation or CLO, the theory goes, bears a resemblance to the similarly named CDO, which played a role in the 2008 financial crisis.

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LSTA Newsletter: October 30, 2020

This week in review Meredith Coffey reviews CLO LIBOR risks and recommendations, Elliot Ganz announces that there are new rules for guidance (including Leveraged Lending…

CLO & LIBOR Risks and Recommendations

CLO practitioners are buckling down to do the hard work of LIBOR transition. First, managers are beginning to remediate their portfolios. Second, rating agencies are…