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A unit for thermal insulation of clothing. It is the amount of insulation necessary to maintain comfort in a sitting-resting subject in a normally ventilated room (air movement at the rate of 10 cm/sec) at a temperature of 70°F (21°C) with relative humidity of less than 50%.
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ELF II is a synthetic collateralized loan obligation (CLO) established on July 27, 2000 that enables investors to gain exposure to the economics of a reference loan portfolio via a total return swap between the trust and Swiss Re Financial Products, a wholly owned subsidiary of Swiss Reinsurance Company, on a leveraged basis.
Collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) and hedge funds are the primary investors in these deals, which may or may not incorporate bond components.
NEW YORK -- A Fitch Ratings study has found that collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) in the U.
Fitch Ratings has published its finalized methodology to incorporate its Recovery Ratings into the ratings of Collateralized Loan Obligations (CLOs) thereby capturing a more fundamental, granular view of the underlying assets to more accurately determine the credit loss profile of the CLO collateral portfolio.