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LACERS to add one more credit manager to its portfolio

The pension fund is looking to expand its debt investments after an update to its asset allocations last April.

Dai-ichi Life to launch in-house structured finance team

Insurer plans to strengthen its activities in project financing

Real estate debt funds fight for territory

Private real estate debt vehicles need to prove their value to investors in a more crowded and competitive market.

Brookfield’s union with Oaktree: GDAM, they want credit

With the addition of Oaktree, a respected credit business, Brookfield has shown how debt investing has risen to prominence post-global financial crisis and become crucial for being a global diversified asset manager.

Tetragon Credit Income Partners raises $430m for latest CLO fund

The vehicle raised more than $80m more than its predecessor and has begun deployment.

This time, debt funds are picking a bigger fight

Buoyed by fundraising success, the likes of GSO are writing bigger tickets and widening their challenge to the banks.

Manuel Henriquez steps down at Hercules amid bribery allegations

The HTGC founder and his wife allegedly paid to fabricate their daughters’ SAT and ACT exam results and bribed a Georgetown University tennis coach.

Brookfield agrees to buy 62% of Oaktree

The deal will allow Oaktree to operate independently, though Brookfield intends to build up its stake.
William McGlashan, TPG

McGlashan allegations: what they mean for impact investing

The leader of TPG’s The Rise Fund, the most prominent impact investor in the industry, has been charged over his alleged role in a college admissions bribery and money laundering scam. The fallout could be significant.

Gulf Capital hires Sharaf for private debt arm

The senior hire brings significant leveraged finance experience to the company’s Gulf Credit Partners arm.

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