LP round-up: $2.6 billion flows into 26 credit managers

By Michelle D'souza

A stuck ship in the Suez Canal may have prevented others from getting through one of the world's busiest waterways in March, but allocations to credit funds were much more free flowing as investors poured over $2.6 billion into the hands of credit managers

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