Trends in Structured Credit Markets
Following the credit crisis of 2008, tranche trading all but disappeared; it is now back with gusto. For example, bespoke tranche trading reached $80 Billion issuance in 2018, and continues to grow rapidly. Although a far cry from pre-crisis level, there are encouraging signs for the market’s revival.

Agenda

  • Which tranches are more popular now: index or bespoke?
  • What tenor is more popular in bespokes?
  • Why invest in CSOs vs CLOs?
  • What is the bottleneck for market increasing in size?

Speakers

  • Gaurav Tejwani, Portfolio Manager, Brigade Capital Management
  • Kurt Koschnitzke, Executive Director, structured credit Trading, Nomura
  • Dmitry Pugachevsky, Director, Research, Quantifi (moderator)

Date & Time

19th September, 2019

3pm GMT / 4pm CET / 10am EST

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