Deal of the Month: Carlyle CLO

In a first for the European markets, and one of the few bright spots for structured finance over the New Year period, Carlyle's leveraged loan group closed a synthetic collateralised loan obligation. Called European Carlyle Synthetic Loan Partners, the deal references loan credit default swaps (LCDS) and is the first ever managed European synthetic CLO.

Carlyle completed the first tap of its deal in late 2007 and was reported to be planning two further issues, one in mid-January and one for the

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