Market Value Over-Collateralisation (MVOC), for instance, at the BBB tranche level, is calculated by dividing the collateral MV by the sum of CLO liabilities (AAA to BBB). MVOC is a crucial point-in-time metric for pricing CLO-rated tranches, closely monitored by primary and secondary market participants.
Calculating CLO Equity NAV involves dividing the residual collateral value (MV collateral net of total CLO debt notional) by the equity tranche notional. In today’s market, older vintage CLO deals with limited reinvestment flexibility may suffer more. For post-2012 CLO deals to deliver a decent equity IRR, the final NAV realization plays a crucial role.