Deutsche Bank begins marketing leveraged loan CDS

March 16—Deutsche Bank's London office has begun to trade credit default swaps based on European leveraged loans (LLCDS) this week. The German bank had executed trades before, but it is now actively making markets and showing pricing runs for more than 20 names.

Marcus Schüler, head of integrated credit marketing at Deutsche Bank in London, says the bank has traded with a number of counterparties this week; contracts referencing Paris-based electrical parts company Rexel and chemicals firms

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