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Pretium snags Nomura vet as MD

The New York-based leveraged loan manager has added Gil Tollinchi to its bank loan management team.

DOWNLOAD: Why CLOs are on the rise

Diversification, friendlier regulations and high barriers to entry are among the reasons these securitised products are becoming a bigger part of the private debt universe. View this short presentation to find out more.

Lone Star seeks $500m more than predecessor for latest mega-fund

The Dallas-based firm is raising its latest fund in a series that focuses on private equity control investments, corporate and consumer debt, real estate and real estate debt.

Carlyle adds two to credit opportunities team in London

The hires are the first of several planned this year to grow the credit opportunities effort in Europe.

CLO report: Funds in market

Our data on CLO funds in market shows them to be a niche but significant portion of the private debt universe.

Structured equity offers path to safer late cycle financing

Debt managers are moving down the capital structure to enhance risk-adjusted returns, while private equity players move up to protect risk.

CLO report: The flip side of risk retention

The LSTA won a rare victory over the US regulators in February, but what is good news for American CLO managers is potentially bad news for European investors.

CLO report: Breaking down the numbers

The relatively small fundraising figures for CLO-focused private debt funds belie a larger opportunity.

THL set to add new CLO assets with Kramer Van Kirk acquisition

The buyer priced its initial CLO in 2018 earlier this month, while the seller closed its last new issuance in 2015.

CLO report: Four talking points

The July/Aug 2018 issue of PDI includes our annual CLO report. Here are some of the key findings, from regulation to competition.

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