Structured Credit Products Making A Comeback Despite Memory Of ABCP Crisis

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Six years removed from the financial crisis, Bob Sewell still bristles at the mention of asset-backed commercial paper and structured credit products like it. The derivative-based fixed income investments at the centre of arguably the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression is on its feet again and gaining traction with a number of yield-hungry Canadian…

Structured credit products making a comeback despite memory of ABCP crisis

Gates Capital Returns 32.7% Tries To Do “Fewer Things Better”

Gates Capital Management's Excess Cash Flow (ECF) Value Funds have returned 14.5% net over the past 25 years, and in 2021, the fund manager continued to outperform. Due to an "absence of large mistakes" during the year, coupled with an "attractive environment for corporate events," the group's flagship ECF Value Fund, L.P returned 32.7% last Read More

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