Are Pension Funds the Next Wave of Loan Buyers?

Colter, Allison Bisbey
October 2011
High Yield Report;10/17/2011, p15
The article focuses on pension funds and insurance companies as buyers of leveraged loans. A background is offered on investments of this class of investors in bank loans through collateralized loan obligations (CLOs). It offers information on the foray of money managers into this asset class, including BlackRock, Babson Capital Management, and Loomis Sayles.


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