Capital Four hits record AUM after strong results and HY demand

Assets managed by Danish credit boutique Capital Four reached a record high in 2017. The firm is now managing EUR 9.73 billion of assets. Strong performance over the last few years and demand for higher-yielding fixed income strategies having been driving business growth.

There is no doubt about it — 2017 was a good year for credit asset management boutique Capital Four. Assets under management (AUM) grew by EUR 187 million and reached a record level of EUR 9.73 billion. Since it began in 2007, the firm has grown from EUR 644 million AUM.

The manager, which specializes in leveraged finance markets and credit strategies, writes in its annual report that 2017 was a good year "achieving excellent investment performance in all of our strategies and outperforming both competitors as well as relevant benchmarks".

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