All CLO managers produce lengthy pitch books presenting the firm’s skill sets and geographic spread, outlining their investment philosophy, and listing the names of their key personnel from chief investment officers down to analysts and traders. Some, such as Barings, BlackRock and Oaktree, like to include the biographies of some key professionals. In these documents CLO managers all appear to have impressive resources and capabilities. But what are investors really looking for, particularly from managers entering the European market for the first time? Please click here to read the full article by Anna Carlisle at Capital Structure.
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