Maples Fiduciary Recognised by CLO Market for Exceptional Service to Managers
As a result of its long-established reputation for technical excellence and regulatory expertise and unique approach to client service, Maples Fiduciary has been named as one of the premier service providers in the industry according to Creditflux’s recently published CLO Census. The inaugural CLO Census asked all CLO market participants - arrangers, investors, managers and service providers - a comprehensive yet focused set of questions designed to gauge the current sentiment of the market, uncover the consensus views on controversial issues and highlight the industry’s preferred service providers. In addition to revealing diverse opinions on risk retention and a range of other industry topics, Maples Fiduciary was noted as the leading collateral administrator. 39% of respondents ranked Maples Fiduciary as the firm that provides the best service to CLO managers compared to the other top providers who received just 18% and 14% of the vote respectively.
The Maples group, which comprises Maples Fiduciary and Maples and Calder, delivers a full range of services on structured finance transactions via global teams of lawyers and professionals who work closely to provide a seamless and comprehensive range of legal, listing, fiduciary, corporate formation and administration services. As a market leader in the CLO space, having acted for approximately 80% of managers in the global market, the Maples group’s unrivalled experience and depth of knowledge provides clients with access to insight across the entire CLO spectrum and a level of service that is unmatched in the industry.
"In an industry that has seen significant regulatory change, a trusted and responsive administrator has become even more important," said Guy Major, Global Head of Maples Fiduciary. "We are proud to be recognised for the work our team does day in and day out to deliver real value to our clients. Our goal is to be proactive on challenging issues to further enable our clients to succeed."