The $15 billion New York-based firm Siguler Guff recently raised more than $450 million for its Small Business Credit Opportunity Fund II.
Officials point to robust deal flow across a broad range of industries in the U.S. Since the launch of the strategy in 2015, the firm has put over $400 million to work and generated “strong” performance.
“The resilience of small businesses across economic cycles and, most recently the COVID pandemic, is truly remarkable,” said Sean Greene, a managing director at Siguler Guff and head of the firm’s small business lending . . .
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