Barings and PGIM win loan and structured credit mandates as pension puts £2.7bn in credit

By Michelle D'souza

The firms will manage global syndicated loans, securitised credit, emerging market debt and global high yield credit for Border to Coast Pension Partnership's £2.7 billion ($3.43 billion) multi-asset credit fund 

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TAGS: Emerging markets Europe High yield bonds Structured credit CLO Pimco Leveraged loans Wellington Fundraising Barings North America Institutional investor PGIM