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LP round up: 28 credit managers win $6.6 billion as San Diego carves private credit allocation6 months ago
Pensions allocated over $6.6 billion to credit managers in June including Angelo Gordon, Antares, Apollo, Ares, Beach Point, BioPharma, Brookfield, CarVal, Cerberus...
BlueBay launches Article 8 multi-asset credit fund with Lloyds of London backing1 year ago
The Article 8 fund will invest in high yield, bank loans, financial capital bonds, structured credit, convertible bonds, emerging markets and developed market investment grade
Manager wins £1.7 billion IG credit mandate from UK's St James’s Place1 year ago
The UK wealth manager has awarded a £1.7 billion ($2.28 billion) global invevstment grade credit mandate
Credit manager beats 25 to win £2.1 billion corporate bond mandate1 year ago
UK pension pool Brunel Pension Partnership has selected a credit manager to manage its £2.1 billion ($2.9 billion) sterling corporate bond sub-fund
Credit fundraising: Goldman Sachs direct lending fund takes March figures to $23 bn1 year ago
Credit funds sprung forward in March as $23 billion was raised alongside $2.6 billion worth of allocations to credit managers.
Los Angeles pension seeks global credit manager for $880 million mandate1 year ago
Flush with cash? The Los Angeles Water & Power Employees' Retirement Plan has launched a request for proposal for its ‘active extended global credit’ mandate. But only managers with $50 billion under management need apply
Credit Rendezvous: heading for homes2 years ago
Fund managers in structured credit, real assets and distressed are bullish on the prospects for residential housing in 2021. Elsewhere, niche royalty-based strategies are in favour and although a CLO repricing wave is expected, it may not be easy to execute resets. For more, read our 13-page quarterly report on credit.
UK pension pool takes management in-house for £1.5 billion index-linked bond fund2 years ago
The UK’s Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has launched a £1.5 billion sterling index linked bond fund
LP round up: managers keep fundraising hopes high as GSO targets $7.5 billion for mezz offering2 years ago
Institutional investors allocated $1.6 billion into credit this week, according to documents seen by Creditflux
LP round up: horseshoe does the trick for Pimco and other distressed managers2 years ago
Institutional investors poured $2.7 billion into credit this week through 14 managers, according to board documentation seen by Creditflux
LP round-up: mighty Oaks win $1 billion apiece from Calpers2 years ago
Credit investors allocated over $3 billion to 18 credit managers this week across a wide range of strategies
The UK's Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has launched its first sterling investment grade credit fund, raising £2.5 billion2 years ago
Vermont pension expands private credit and core bonds allocation2 years ago
Vermont Pension Investment Committee has reshuffled its credit portfolio including transitioning its short-term, quality credit allocation to an active core bonds mandate, as well as redeploying core plus fixed income into an expanded private credit allocation.
Loomis Sayles loses out as US pension shifts to higher-quality credit2 years ago
Dallas Police and Fire Pension System is liquidating a loan portfolio managed by Loomis Sayles, as it reallocates assets away from high yield towards investment grade
Illinois pension seeks minority-owned fund of minority-owned fund2 years ago
The Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) has launched a search, seeking minority-owned investment manager of managers to overlook international equities and/or fixed income strategies.
Texas pension pumps $300 million into Pimco fund2 years ago
Texas Municipal Retirement System has earmarked up to $300 million to a credit fund managed by Pimco, according to board documents seen by Creditflux, building on a relationship established through a predecessor fund
US pension seeks fixed income managers2 years ago
The Weymouth Retirement Board has launched two requests for proposals, searching for core plus and unconstrained/flexible fixed income managers
California pension looks to cut liquid credit allocations2 years ago
Fresno County Employees’ Retirement Association will likely cut back on liquid credit and completely remove hedge fund allocations in 2020.. But the pension is optimistic about core bonds – and may include it as a new asset class
Schroders scheme allocates £800 million to credit and liability investments2 years ago
The Schroders Retirement Benefits Scheme has invested £800 million of its defined benefit assets to the organisation’s cash flow driven investing building blocks
Arizona pension to deploy up to $700 million a year in private credit3 years ago
Arizona Public Safety Employee System is looking to deploy $600-700 million in private credit strategies per year in order to meet its target allocation, according to board documents seen by Creditflux.
Roll week leaves CDS in strange places3 years ago
CDS traders navigate a much-changed landscape in October, after one of the most impactful index rolls in recent times.
Insight, M&G and Royal London win big sterling IG mandate3 years ago
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has appointed three investment firms as external managers, to an investment grade credit fund, set to be launched in 2020.
Commonfund seeks to diversify manager pool with new portal3 years ago
Commonfund will launch an online 'diverse manager portal' designed specifically to receive due diligence materials from women and minority-led managers investing in equities, fixed income and credit, real estate and hedge funds
Credit funds at a glance3 years ago
A round-up of fundraising and people moves in credit
Green bonds and international credit deliver double-digit returns for Swedish pension3 years ago
Second Swedish National Pension Fund (AP2) reached SEK 367.4 billion in the first half of 2019, with investments in fixed income generating double-digit returns, according to its half year report
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