KopenTech in the Press
Traditional collateralized loan obligation (CLO) funds in the U.S. market can offer investors attractive returns and strong credit performance, but refinancing costs and liquidity concerns are often questioned.
The CLO market continues to evolve and increase efficiency, and one of the latest innovations involves a refinancing mechanism that skips the typical process (and costs) of issuing a new set of notes for lower coupons.
The First-ever Collateralized Loan Obligation-Applicable Margin Reset (CLO-AMR): Providing services and pioneering solutions that adapt to the new market.
Investors and managers alike are sniffing out opportunities across the alternative credit spectrum. Flows are up, new products are being prepped, and managers are optimistic.
Crescent Capital's latest CLO includes AMR to make transaction cheaper and faster.
BNY Mellon’s involvement in a first-of-its-kind CLO has been revealed with the firm announcing that it will act as AMR (applicable margin reset) agent on Atlas Senior Loan Fund VIII.
BNY Mellon’s role in a first of its kind CLO transaction known as Applicable Margin Reset was announced today by MUFG Securities Americas
Managers are considering embedding a new repricing feature in US Collateralized Loan Obligation funds that would protect firms from regulation that requires them to hold 5% of their funds and save money on full refinancings.