A Credit linked note (CLN) is a structured note that combines a debt asset and a credit derivative. It is a security typically issued from a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), with redemption and/or coupon payments linked to the occurrence of a credit event. Credit-linked notes may also be issued on an unsecured basis directly by a corporation or financial institution
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