A new Treasury report on capital markets includes a qualified risk-retention exemption for the Collateralized Loan Obligation market that's winning plaudits from managers. The exemption appears to respond to industry arguments that requiring fund managers to hold 5% of their deals isn't fair as it imposes the same restraint on CLO funds as those applied to other products implicated in the financial crisis.
Treasury flexibility on CLO risk retention welcomed
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