KKR ABCP vehicle chases spread

D. M.
April 2006
Asset Securitization Report;4/24/2006, Vol. 6 Issue 16, p1
The article reports on the launching of KKR Financial Corp.'s asset-backed commercial paper program called KKR Atlantic Funding in San Francisco, California. It provides information on the maximum amount of secured liquidity notes that KKR would issue through the program. The company is anticipating an execution of more profitable trade through an increased interest rates.


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