Capital Four reaches for high and low risk with two new structured debt funds

With two new funds, credit specialist investor Capital Four is aiming for both ends of the risk spectrum in structured credit.

Sandro Näf, partner, CEO, and co-founder of Capital Four Management. | Photo: PR/Capital Four

High yield credit boutique Capital Four is pulling two investment strategies out of its existing offerings to give clients the possibility of investing in specific areas of the structured credit market – in this case, Collateralized Loan Obligations, or CLOs.

"We set up two new funds. One for the very defensive part of the CLOs and one for the very risky part," Sandro Näf, partner, CEO, and co-founder of Capital Four Management, tells AMWatch in an interview.

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