Brunel launches multi-asset credit fund

The firm has committed £2.1bn to the new fund split across three separate mandates

Holly Roach
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The fund was set up to increase exposure to a range of higher-yielding bond sectors
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The fund was set up to increase exposure to a range of higher-yielding bond sectors

Brunel Pension Partnership has launched a multi-asset credit fund and committed £2.1bn split across three separate mandates.

The multi-billion pound commitment will be split between three sub-funds with 60% going to the Neuberger Berman Brunel multi-asset credit fund, 20% to Oaktree Brunel global credit fund and 20% to the CQS...

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