Finke: Leveraged Loans an Attractive Fixed-Income Investment

June 2005
Investment Management Weekly;6/13/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 23, p6
Presents the views of Thomas Finke, managing director at Babson Capital Management and head of the U.S. bank loan team, about investments. Opinion that leveraged loans reign supreme to high yield fixed-income investments; Difference between leveraged loans and high yield bonds; Corporate profile of Babson capital; Reasons behind the attractiveness of investing in leveraged loans.


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