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La Banque Postale garners €365m at first close for ‘responsible infra’ fund

The fund, targeting €600m, is ‘taking advantage of new market dynamics and sector opportunities’, according to LBPAM.

CVC closes distressed fund above target at $1.42bn

Firm believes growing volatility in credit markets is likely to create more opportunities to acquire undervalued debt.

Funding Circle launches private direct lending fund with £30m

The platform lender is making its first major foray into more conventional private debt, but will continue to focus on providing SME loans.

PODCAST: What’s in your fund fee documents?

Private credit might be the new kid on the block in the alternative asset world, but the asset class’s fees have still evolved independently of private equity.

Ares closes on more than $1bn for latest distressed fund

The vehicle, which is targeting $2bn, received a $70m commitment from the Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System.

ACORE closes first commingled fund on $556m

The California-based firm secured commitments from a variety of global investors.

Five reasons why diversity can create value in private debt

Putting diversity at the heart of recruitment when building an asset management business can have many benefits, asserts banking and investment professional Gabriella Kindert.

How the UK can still exert influence in Europe

The European Parliament has approved changes to the pre-marketing of alternatives funds that should make the process easier across the continent.

Latest H.I.G fund closes on $1.5bn amid signs of strife in Europe

With Cheyne’s €1bn close earlier in the week, an H.I.G Bayside vehicle is another to target ‘challenging’ conditions for smaller businesses in the region.

Cheyne scales back fund to close on €1bn

The firm’s European Strategic Value Credit Fund, targeting stressed mid-market debt, was 40% oversubscribed.
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