PineBridge Closes Galaxy XI CLO

August 2011
High Yield Report;8/29/2011, p5
The article discusses the closing of multi-asset investment manager PineBridge's Galaxy XI collateralized loan obligation (CLO). The CLO issued notes worth approximately 400 million dollars, backed primarily by senior secured loans bought on the secondary market. The placement agent on the deal was Goldman Sachs.


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