Banks are expected to start buying riskier portions of collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) in response to a deposit-insurance rule change that takes effect this month.

Assets now factor heavily into calculations of deposit-insurance premiums, and banks will likely seek more return to offset higher assessments stemming from even the least risky CLO tranches.

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