Brunel launches £945m private debt portfolio with Aksia

James Phillips
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Brunel Pension Partnership has launched a bespoke private debt portfolio with Aksia, with partner funds committing £945m to the pooled vehicle.

The Brunel Private Debt Portfolio for Cycle Two (2020-2022) will target corporate lending strategies in Europe and North America, seeking sectoral and regional diversification with greater downside...

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