Pacific AM launches global active credit fund with Australian partner

Coolabah Capital

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Boutique Pacific Asset Management has launched an active credit fund with Australian firm Coolabah Capital Investments, after they entered into a partnership earlier this year.

The Pacific Coolabah Global Active Credit fund will focus on long-only credit opportunities, using a combination of proprietary quantitative asset-selection approach and deep fundamental research. In June, Pacific AM joined a "strategic partnership" with Coolabah to create a fixed income wing at the firm, with Coolabah bringing its active credit fund management and trading expertise to the firm. Pacific Asset Management partners with Australian credit manager to build out fixed income expertise Managed by Pacific Asset Management and sub-advised by Coolabah, stewardship will be...

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