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A breath of fresh air

19 Jan 2006 By Taron Wade

Collateralised loans are shaking up the leveraged loan market, making it harder for banks to justify fixed pricing for LBO deals. If the market adopts the US model, financing attractive LBOs could become 100 basis points cheaper. But the cost of riskier deals will rise.

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