Coller Capital closed its first private credit secondaries fund at $1.4 billion, a sum that it says is likely to be the world’s largest private credit secondaries fund.
Coller Credit Opportunities I (CCO I) and its co-investment vehicles had an initial target of $750 million back in May 2021. Officials reported investments from over 30 institutional investors.
“CCO is our first dedicated fund for private credit secondaries, but it is not our first foray into private credit investing,” said Michael Schad, head of Coller Credit Secondaries. “We have a long track record . . .
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