Industry Insights from Thomson Reuters 2013 Loan and CLO Conference

The Intralinks Debtspace team had the opportunity to attend the Thomson Reuters 9th Annual Loan and CLO Conference in New York City.


26 September 2013

Last week our Intralinks Debtspace team had the opportunity to attend the Thomson Reuters 9th Annual Loan and CLO Conference in New York City.

At the conference, we learned that this year’s global loan issuance has already reach $2.5 trillion, with refinancings dominating lending across the Americas and Europe.  What’s even more impressive, is that the majority of attendees believe that this year’s volumes will match or exceed that of last year.

In addition to discussing the future of leveraged finance in a weak post-recession global economy, we also had a chance to speak with loan market participants about new developments in our lending technology. We are very excited about the efficiencies that our solutions can provide.

With the Intralinks Debtspace Amendment Vote Management (AVM) tool we help agent banks automatically track and monitor votes without email and spreadsheets.  Adoption of amendment workflow wizards can provide significant efficiency gains and benefits like:

  • Speeding up documentation distribution
  • Gathering election options
  • Automating signature page collection

Attendees also had a chance to preview our Intralinks Debtspace Deal Management System—the new loan origination and deal execution solution for CRM, pipeline tracking, book building and reporting. Watch the video to find out how we make the process easier!

Don’t worry if you missed us last week, we’ll also be at LSTA's 18th Annual Conference in New York City on October 17, 2013. Come and talk to us!



Michelle Wu

Michelle Wu

Michelle Wu is a Product Marketing Director for the Intralinks Banking and Securities vertical and is responsible for all aspects of the go-to-market strategy for the debt capital markets business. Prior to joining Intralinks in 2011, Michelle was an investment banker at HSBC focused on capital markets origination working across various product groups in New York, Hong Kong and Japan.