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CLO issuance off to flat-footed start as managers say 2014 could be slow

CLO issuance

The consensus among managers who attended the CLO conference in Las Vegas last week is that January’s slow start may be a sign of soft CLO volume in 2014. As of Jan. 30, five managers have printed vehicles worth $1.9 billion (excluding repricing deals such as Apollo’s ALM V), the lowest monthly total in 23 months.