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AcronymDefinition
CLOSCommon LISP Object System
CLOSCommand to Line of Sight
CLOSConvention on the Law of the Sea (UN)
CLOSClear Line Of Sight
CLOSCloak of Shadows (gaming)
CLOSCorel Linux Operating System
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MM CLOs managed by Bain and Guggenheim have the highest percent of obligors with a Markit bid depth, due to greater exposure to BSL assets than peers.
European CLO assets must meet a definition set out in transaction documentation to qualify as senior secured obligations.
However, when it comes to coach Jose Mourinho, Le Clos is more guarded.
CBAM 2018-8 brings CBAM's total CLO issuance to USD 8.4 billion since the close of its first CLO in June 2017.
For some, the attractiveness of CLOs as an investment vehicle is that they generally consist of private loans with spreads that are typically wider than corporate bonds of similar quality.
The 2017 World Championships also saw Guy take bronze in the 100m butterfly after Le Clos exited in the semi-finals.
Bury's James Guy is set for a clash with Chad le Clos (below)
CLOs are assembled by managers such as Carlyle and Apollo, which buy corporate loans, including buyout debt, from banks and bundle them into securities.
Monday night, during the semifinals, Phelps and le Clos raced with Phelps clocking 1:54.12 against Le Clos' 1:55.19 seconds.
In 2010, MSC implemented United States Fleet Forces (USFF) and Commander, Pacific Fleet Combat Logistics Force (CLF) Fleet Sustainment Concept of Operations replacing Afloat Officer In Charge billets and military departments onboard CLF vessels with CLOs and supporting military and civilian billets in each of the fleet areas of responsibility.
Jon-Mark Chappellet is the new director of operations and Ted Henry is the new winemaker at Clos du Val Wine Co.