Despite the continuing fallout from the coronavirus, April turned out to be a blockbuster month for alternative investment firms raising assets, with distressed debt and targeted technology plays stealing the show.
Alternative investment managers collected more than $35 billion, as recorded by fund closings and fundraising activities covered by Alternatives Watch. A table of the fund launches/closures follows below.
The majority of activity took place in distressed as Howard Mark’s was reported to have raised $15 billion for the largest distressed debt fund to have ever been raised.
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