Brigade opens new distressed fund
April 18, 2011
Suzy Kenly Waite
The firm expects the strategy to reach $125 million by June.
Brigade Capital Management, which managed $4.51 billion in its flagship long/short credit strategy as of January 1, recently opened a new distressed strategy to investors. Co-founder Don Morgan and portfolio managers Ivan Krsticevic and Ben Renshaw have been overseeing the Brigade Distressed Value Fund with $30 million in partner capital since January 1, which generated a net return of 3% through March. The fund opened to external investors this month. Brigade estimates...
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