We've developed an international network with focused capital markets expertise across our business that allows us to provide seamless, one-stop customised solutions to support capital market issuers and investors around the world.
In our role as CLO and collateral administrator, we are able to:
- Calculate and service interest payments with respect to the security
- Follow-up for interest recovery from the borrower
- Calculate manager fees
- Monitor margin requirements
- Calculate and report collateral excess or shortfall
- Run cash management activities
- Offer MIS reporting.
We have capital market experts in the key financial centres across Europe, the US and Asia. We combine our local market knowledge in these regions with our international experience, making it easier for you to access specialist capital markets knowledge and expertise 24/7.
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