KKR deploys 10% of $2 billion coronavirus dislocation credit fund

By Michelle D'Souza

KKR Credit has plans to launch a $2 billion dislocated corporate and asset backed credit fund to take advantage of coronavirus-induced volatility. And the New York-based manager has wasted no time swooping on opportunities after deploying $212 million by 9 April

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