Capital Four attracts more than half its target for new fund's first close

On Monday, Capital Four announced first closing of its new senior lending fund. The European high yield credit manager experiences strong interest from institutional clients.

Capital Four's office is situated above one of the end trubunes inside the Danish National football stadium. | Photo: Matthew Childs/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

On Monday, Copenhagen-based European high yield credit manager Capital Four announced a successful first close and launch of its latest private debt fund: Private Debt III – Senior Lending.

The first close has attracted more than EUR 0.5bn, which is more than half the fund's EUR 1bn total target size.

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