Exclusive: Schroders private credit fund sees £85m close

‘One-stop shop’ solution designed to boost risk-adjusted returns to smaller schemes

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Schroders co-head of UK and Ireland institutional Russell Smith
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Schroders co-head of UK and Ireland institutional Russell Smith

Schroders Capital has secured £85m in the second close of its multi-private credit fund (MPCF) as demand for private markets continues to grow among pension schemes.

The fund is targeted specifically at small- and medium-sized defined benefit (DB) pension schemes and launched last November. It includes investments in corporate direct lending, real estate debt, and...

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