Carlyle pushes into wealth market with semi-liquid European private credit fund

Carlyle European Tactical Private Credit

Valeria Martinez
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Carlyle, the $426bn private markets firm, has launched an evergreen private credit strategy for private wealth investors, offering a single entry point for individuals to access its global credit platform.

The Carlyle European Tactical Private Credit (ETAC) fund is a European credit strategy structured as an open-ended, semi-liquid fund offering monthly subscriptions and quarterly redemptions. The strategy will invest directly in deals originated by the firm's $188bn global credit platform, which offers borrowers bespoke solutions across the entire capital structure. BlackRock joins AllFunds private markets wealth distribution programme It is designed to generate income with a focus on downside protection by tactically allocating assets to a wide range of private credit strategies, s...

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