CLO Market's Wild Ride May Be Near an End

By Glen Fest

The CLO market has been surprisingly robust thus far in 2015 – but as many industry participants observed at an industry conference in New York this week, it’s likely that managers and issuers will have to tap the brakes before the year is out.

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