MetLife Investment Management (MLM) had a busy first half this year, growing its total private placement debt portfolio to $91.2 billion as of the end of June with nearly 100 transactions.
The firm originated $6.2 billion in private placement debt in the first six months of the year, including $1.7 billion of investments originated on behalf of institutional clients.
“Despite COVID-driven economic uncertainty and associated volatility in the fixed-income markets, we remained active throughout the first six months of 2020, serving as a key capital partner for issuers,” said John . . .
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