Carlyle announced this week its intent to acquire from CBAM Partners’ portfolio assets totaling $15 billion growing its global credit AUM to $88 billion.
The deal will be done via $615 million in cash from Carlyle’s balance sheet and another 4.2 million in newly issued common shares. The deal is indicative of a continued credit push among the world’s largest private equity firms, captured in our latest Alternatives Watch Research report that tracked credit asset growth . . .
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