U.S. collateralized loan obligations are likely to see their reinvestment periods extended this year as deals roll into new transactions after being called in full, according to Barclays.

Typically, holders of the junior most CLO securities, known as the “equity” holders, have the right to call a deal after two years and will do so by essentially repricing the deal if debt financing levels are more favorable than when the deal originally priced.

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