Bank Loans are a risk asset class that is comprised of corporate debt issued by below-investment-grade borrowers.

Insurers and risk pools investing in bank loans, typically via mutual funds, receive coupon income based on a floating rate. This floating rate resets every 40 to 60 days (on average) with issuers using LIBOR as its base or reference interest rate.

Bank Loans Primer for Insurers & Risk Pools
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