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Recent history is rich with examples of misjudgements about outcomes of political events, as markets do not always react in the way even experienced participants might expect.
LIBOR, the London Interbank Offered Rate, is being retired. It, and most other interbank offered rates (IBORs), are making way for more reliable replacements. Others are being reformed.
While European and US leveraged loans have very similar features that make them valuable in a portfolio context, investors need to understand how the two loan markets structurally and operationally differ from one another and what it takes to invest successfully in each. This paper aims to explore those regional differences in greater depth and explain why we believe it may make sense for global institutional investors to consider increasing their allocations to European loans.