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Anchored by Asset Securitization Report, the industry bible for securitization, StructuredFinanceNews.com launched in April 2008 as the premier online destination for the structured finance industry. In addition to news and commentary on topics like asset-backeds, covered bonds, mortgage-backeds and derivatives, StructuredFinanceNews.com offers an extensive news archive and a proprietary people database that offers hard-to-find information on the industry's top players.

Armed with an experienced team of journalists, Asset Securitization Report provides a full range of news, people coverage, analysis and expert commentary, as well as a weekly aggregation of Wall Street's securitization research.

The ASR Scorecards Database provides exhaustive and accurate transaction information on U.S. deals not available anywhere else. Sourced by our research team with the help of our experienced editors, ASR Scorecards serves as an exhaustive resource for historical and current U.S. deals inside our crucial scorecard data with 2 modes: DEALS and RANKINGS.

SourceMedia, an Observer Capital company, is a diversified business-to-business digital media company serving senior professionals in the financial, technology, and healthcare sectors. Brands include American Banker, The Bond Buyer, Mergers & Acquisitions, Financial Planning, On Wall Street, Accounting Today, Health Data Management, and Employee Benefit News. Information about SourceMedia is available at www.sourcemedia.com.

Directory of M&A Intermediaries
Profiling hundreds of the most experienced and effective dealmakers, the Directory of M&A Intermediaries includes important contact information, including name, phone and fax numbers, address, major focus of services and experience and a great deal more. Entries are indexed in numerous manners for ease of use.

LeveragedFinanceNews.com
LeveragedFinanceNews.com (www.leveragedfinancenews.com) is the one source industry leaders trust to provide them with critical, behind-the-scenes analysis and insight into the leveraged finance world that other news services don’t provide. With a special focus on midsized deals, LeveragedFinanceNews.com provides breaking news on the high yield loan and bond markets, as well as in-depth features and analysis, and profiles and Q&As with industry leaders. The site also provides data on both the primary and secondary high loan and bond markets.

Mergers & Acquisitions
Mergers & Acquisitions (www.themiddlemarket.com) is the premier publication for working professionals in the M&A field. The official publication of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), each monthly issue of Mergers & Acquisitions delivers the critical information that corporate and private equity buyers and sellers, and their advisers, need to execute profitable, value creating deals in a highly charged marketplace. Transaction pros are on top of the hottest financial, legal, economic, strategic, and other influences that consistently drive good dealmaking.
The Mergers & Acquisitions web site (www.TheMiddleMarket.com) is the most authoritative online source for M&A news, networking and commentary. You’ll find the information required to thrive in today’s economic climate.

Money Management Executive
Money Management Executive (www.mmexecutive.com) dispenses breaking news and in-depth industry analysis of the events and issues affecting the mutual fund and entire money management industry. Each weekly issue contains intelligence on sales and marketing strategies, changes taking place affecting compliance and operations and so much more.

SFN People Database

Exclusive data on top players in capital markets

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How CLO Managers Are Preparing for Risk Retention

It's one of the biggest regulatory hurdles the market has faced since the financial crisis, and promises to bring wholesale changes to the structures of transactions as well as to the business models of managers. Clifford Chance partner Steven Kolyer weighs in.

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