An article entitled ‘Picking The Wrong IFC Could Shut Off An Investment Manager’s Fundraising’ by Philip Pirecki, Jersey Finance Lead in the Americas, has recently been published by Structured Credit Investor. In the piece, Philip explains how selecting the wrong international finance centre could impede an investment manager’s fundraising.
The focus of Philip’s article is structured finance, and particularly collateralized loan obligations (CLOs). It is a subsector of capital markets that has remained robust, even during the past year’s volatility.
The article highlights that American investment managers in this sector are largely unaware of the threat to this market beyond the tumultuous macroeconomic outlook. For many, Philip explains, there is a major disruption on the horizon, particularly for fundraising new securitized structures.
Read the article: Picking the Wrong IFC could Shut Off an Investment Manager’s Fundraising
For more information, you can listen to a podcast on the topic of CLOs: Securitization and Offshore Structured Finance: How Jersey Helps US Managers Bridge the Gap to EU Investors and read our factsheet: Jersey for Collateralized Loan Obligations.