Border to Coast makes £575m private credit allocation

James Phillips
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Mark Lyon: Brunel is a key asset class for us

Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has invested £575m in private credit as part of a £3bn private markets programme also covering equity and infrastructure assets.

The Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) pool said six high-quality investments had been selected by its internal portfolio management team, with support from several service providers. The investments...

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