Is more change afoot at Oxford Square Capital (formerly TICC Capital) ? On May 1, 2018 investors may find out more.
Capitala Finance’s Manager raises a new fund to invest in lower risk loans, but the BDC remains mired in higher risk credits with no signs of escape.
An uneventful week where BDC Fixed Income prices are concerned. The BDC Reporter, though, has been musing about debt, risk and frogs.
The BDC Sector moved up, then down and remained in the same place where it’s been for weeks. Trends are underway – both inside and outside the sector – that could change all that.
New Mountain Finance intends to leverage up its balance sheet. Can that be done in a way that benefits shareholders ? The BDC has some encouraging answers.
A major shareholder at Medley Capital has become disenchanted and wants the Board to sell the BDC to a new manager. We review what’s wrong at Medley but have a different idea to offer up that might create a win-win-win. Yes, really.
In a major move BlackRock,Inc. acquires the manager of TCP Capital. Nothing is going to change for the BDC’s shareholders say the two firms involved. Not so fast says the BDC Reporter.
A ho hum week for BDC Fixed Income prices but the new BDC leverage rules might ultimately put an end to the price stability in the sector that just added a new issue,
The mini-surge in BDC common stock prices reversed this week. Are we headed back down or just taking a break ? Longer term, much may depend on how BDCs tackle the new leverage rules, as we explain.
Like in “Jaws’, the surface of BDC Fixed Income market seems calm. Underneath the surface, though, new dangers lurk. Some Note Holders might be wishing they had brought a bigger boat.
In a week with much back and forth about BDC leverage stock prices head modestly higher. We discuss trends, highlight an unexpected Biggest Loser and discuss the impact of the new law.
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