Foreign banks can hold them, and don’t have to fold them.

That’s the takeaway from Federal Reserve guidance released last month on foreign-owned banks and CLOs: These institutions can acquire and retain ownership stakes in certain collateralized loan obligations that are off limits to their  U.S. counterparts as the result of the Volcker Rule.

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