LBO clearance sale

10 April 2008 By Richard Beales

Citi is financing a sale of $12bn of its loans, sparing it the likeliest losses but not all the worstcase exposure. Lehman, by contrast, is hanging onto first loss risk on $3bn of its portfolio but sharply cutting its maximum loss. Goldman is just selling. Why the differences?

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