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The Singapore-based manager has wrapped up a $1.23bn Asia-Pacific-focused private credit fund.
The Singapore-headquartered fund manager secured $455m after adding three new LPs to its latest credit fund.
The South Korea-based fund manager has raised capital for its second special situations vehicle.
The firm’s second strategic credit vehicle is rumoured to be around 40% deployed with its predecessor now fully invested and delivering returns to LPs.
Crescent in January sold a 51% stake to SLC Management, the alternative asset unit of Sun Life, for up to $338m.
The firm raised the fund at the height of the covid-19 pandemic and it is on course to be fully deployed in the coming months.
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