Asset manager DoubleLine Capital has warned that a looming debt rollover could result in a liquidity crunch in US rates and credit markets – as well as an opportunity for buy-side firms to step in. The Los Angeles-based firm, which has more than $70 billion in assets under management, intends to be a liquidity provider in that scenario, according to its chief risk officer, Cris Santa Ana.
Speaking at the Buy-side Risk conference in London yesterday, Santa Ana said the firm is concerned about a
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