London-based Hayfin Capital Management closed its Hayfin Special Opportunities Fund III at more than €2 billion ($2.3 billion), including related separately managed accounts.
The firm said that the strategy invests across industries, markets and sub-strategies in situations where financing may be scarce. Officials added that the fundraise provides the right amount of capital to invest in corporate and asset-backed opportunities arising from post-pandemic dislocation and related balance sheet restructurings.
“Hayfin has always aspired to be students of the markets in which we invest,” said Tim Flynn, chief executive officer and . . .
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