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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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American Capital announced the launch of American Capital CLO Fund I on August 5, 2015.
CLO Portfolio Size:At the end of Q3 2012, the estimated total fair value of TFG's CLO equity investment portfolio was approximately $1,177.
Often, the CLO offers the highest-paid and most professional position available to a family member overseas.
There are quantitative and qualitative constraints on the type of collateral that North Westerly CLO can own.
New CLO Equity Investments: During Q4 2011, we invested approximately $14.
Carlyle Europe Leveraged Finance manages seven CLO funds including a credit opportunity fund, a low levered fund and a synthetic fund.
As part of the transaction, Salus and its affiliates will contribute to the CLO approximately $221 million of their existing portfolio of loans.
The bonds sold by ACAS CLO 2015-2 included tranches rated Aaa(sf) through Ba3(sf) by Moody's, AAA(sf) tranches rated by Fitch and nonCaerated subordinated notes.
3bn in assets under management and expect to retain a leadership position in the CLO market,' said Greg Stoeckle, head of Invesco's Bank Loan business.
Improvements in the credit quality and structural strength of TFG's CLO investments, as well as nominal spread increases and the continuing benefit of LIBOR floors within the U.
One highlight for the Group was winning the global award for 'Best CLO Manager of the year' at the Creditflux Manager Awards in 2012, our first combined award.
The Dryden XXV Senior Loan Fund is the fourth new CLO to be issued under the Dryden brand in the last 12 months and the 42nd cash or synthetic CLO/CDO structure to be managed or sub-advised by Prudential Fixed Income from its Newark and London offices.