CDO Issuers Cater To New Crowd of Buyers

O'Leary, Christopher
August 1999
Private Placement Letter;08/09/99, Vol. 17 Issue 32, p5
States that money market funds are gaining interest for collateralized debt obligations (CDO). Comparison of the CDO market between 1998 and 1999; What the rating agency analysts and some market players have noticed on the CDO market; Criteria that should be met by the security in order to purchase a CDO tranche.


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