Before investing in a private credit manager, there are lots of factors to consider, including whether the investment strategy aligns with your goals and tolerance for risk and what the tax implications are. Beyond that, once you’ve identified a strategy that meets your needs, you have to be comfortable that the manager is actually doing (and will continue to do) what it purports to be doing.
To address this issue, it’s essential that you undertake diligence on the manager’s governance structure, as well as its operations and financial performance.
Download “What to consider when investing in a private credit manager” to learn about:
- The problems that have historically arisen at some asset management firms, and specifically private credit managers
- Ways for investors to enhance their due diligence with respect to those issues
- Best practices that private credit managers should adhere to