SBA Update

September 25, 2017

Last week was extremely active with portfolio managers adding both floating-rate and fixed-rate SBAs to their portfolios.  Floating-rate additions were mostly new issue equipment-backed pools, although seasoned real-estate pools were also in the mix.  The semi-annual SBIC issuance continues to be a fixed-rate component of a barbell investment strategy.


Floating-Rate 7(a) Pools


Fixed-Rate (DCPC and SBIC) Pools

Government Guaranteed Loan Trading

Demand for floating-rate and fixed-rate SBAs continues to be strong with a variety of structures available in the market.  New issue equipment-backed pools and seasoned real-estate-backed pools were actively traded last week.

Greg Roll, CFA

Senior Vice President

Vining Sparks

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