Runner-up: RBC's Logan CDO II


RBC Capital Markets, the securities arm of the Royal Bank of Canada, launched a novel form of collateralised debt obligation (CDO) in March. The $1.5 billion synthetic high-grade structure is a CDO of CDOs, CLOs (collateralised loan obligations) and other securities. Named Logan CDO II, the deal follows predecessor Logan CDO I, which closed in September 2005.

The structure has a range of features that should make it as compelling to investors - largely banks, insurance companies and fund managers

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