CLOs, Leveraged Loans Get Partial Lifeline in Fed’s TALF Changes

May 12, 2020

Gregg Jubin comments on the Federal Reserve revising its Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility to allow CLOs that hold a broader range of leveraged loans to be used as collateral.

“It’s not going to open up the floodgates, but it can have some measured effects,” said Jubin. “This looks certainly better than the first iteration.” The changes may particularly benefit existing CLO warehouses that hold qualifying loans, he added.

Read "CLOs, Leveraged Loans Get Partial Lifeline in Fed’s TALF Changes," Bloomberg, May 12, 2020.



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