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The second asset-based fund hit its hard cap, and surpassed its $500m target.
Several big-name investment managers have launched strategies through which they will write loans against European real estate.
'We want to create an institutional-quality product for the retail market,' BCP Credit head Ted Goldthorpe, a former Apollo Global Management executive, says.
The funds will complement the GP stakes business, which co-president Michael Rees called 'one of the most underpenetrated spaces in all of alternatives'.
The alternatives giant has taken up an option to double its interest in the UK-based fund manager three years into their strategic partnership.
North Haven Credit Partners III has exceeded its target by 29%, and will focus on junior capital investments in private North American businesses.
The Los Angeles-based manager had record results 'across nearly every financial metric'.
The firm is looking to provide wealth and asset managers’ clients with access to all of its private debt strategies.
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