Historically, senior bank loans have been originated by commercial banks and syndicated to other banks and financial institutions. As the senior bank loan market has grown and liquidity in the high-yield bond market has declined, institutional investors have become increasingly active players in the senior bank loan market. There are two key factors that make senior loans especially attractive to the institutional investor: Yield Enhancement; Strong Credit Protection.
The Trading and Securitization of Senior Bank Loans was compiled so that today's institutional investor may capitalize on these and other opportunities currently available in the market for senior bank loans and anticipate the future direction of this growing market.
To accommodate the breadth of knowledge required in the senior bank loan market, editors John H. Carlson and Frank J. Fabozzi have compiled the work of a wide range of experts, including many practitioners who have been actively involved in the evolution of this market. Topics covered by this distinguished panel include the Bank Loan Syndication Process Brokerage of Loans; Legal Concerns Relating to the Sale of Loans, Credit Analysis of Senior Bank Loans, the Valuation of HLT Bank Loans, the Securitization of Senior Bank Loans, Valuing Distressed Bank Loans, Opportunities in Debtor-in-Possession Lending.
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Book Description Probus Professional Pub, 1992. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M155738293X
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