Bank Loan Repricings Vex Investors

R. K.
May 2010
Bank Loan Report;5/3/2010, Vol. 25 Issue 18, p1
Trade Publication
The article examines the trend of bank loan repricings. According to Randy Schwimmer, head of capital markets at Churchill Financial, issuers are expected to mark-to-market with the tightening of spread but overreaching may prompt the market to push back. Standard & Poor's indicated that the average spread savings for issuers that undertook repricing averaged 310 basis points.


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