The Carlyle Group priced its fourth collateralized loan obligation of the year Friday, bringing U.S. issuance for the year to date to $62.6 billion, according to Thomson Reuters LPC.

Carlyle’s $415 million Global Market Strategies CLO 2013-4, has three classes rated ‘AAA’ by Moody’s Investors Service; the $1.2 million class X notes were marketed at Libor plus 90 basis points; the $122 million class A-1 notes were marketed at Libor plus 147 basis points and $130 million class A-2 notes have a step-up coupon: they yield Libor plus 110 basis points for the first 18 months, Libor plus 160 basis points for the next 12 months and Libor plus 190 basis points thereafter, according to Moody’s.

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