Competition for leveraged loans is tough, and that’s forcing some of the biggest buyers to tap new sources of financing.

Collateralized loan obligations typically acquire a portfolio of below-investment grade loans in advance of selling debt to their ultimate investors. To do this, they require the assistance of banks and other major lenders, who provide warehouse lines of credit. CLO managers tap these credit lines as they ramp up their portfolios.

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