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Private Debt Investor – Churchill Preps Two More CLOs as it Looks to Repeat 2018 Fundraises – Exclusive

NEW YORK, Jan 17, 2019 – Coming off a recording-breaking fundraising year in 2018, Churchill Asset Management is already blitzing back into market with multiple vehicles…

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Private Debt Investor – Churchill Raises $2.4bn in 2018

NEW YORK, Jan 10, 2019 – Churchill Asset Management set firm fundraising records last year, boosting the firm’s total committed capital to more than $6 billion, while also deploying the most capital in its history…

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Private Equity Wire – Churchill Reports Record Investment and Fundraising Activity in 2018

NEW YORK, Jan 8, 2019 – Churchill Asset Management (Churchill), a majority-owned affiliate of Nuveen focussed on originating, underwriting and managing middle market senior loan investments, surpassed its previous records for investment activity and capital raising in 2018…

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PE Hub – Churchill Supports Sentinel’s Acquisition of Pet Supplies Plus

NEW YORK, Jan 3, 2019 – Churchill Asset Management has provided a credit facility to back Sentinel Capital Partners‘ acquisition of Pet Supplies Plus. No financial terms were disclosed. Based in Livonia, Michigan, Pet Supplies Plus is a franchisor and operator of pet-specialty stores. Churchill was the joint lead arranger on the financing…

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PE Hub – Churchill Supports Convey’s Acquisitions of HealthScape and Pareto

NEW YORK, Jan 2, 2019 – Churchill Asset Management has provided a $143 million credit facility to back Convey Health Solutions Inc‘s acquisitions of two Chicago-based companies: HealthScape Advisors and Pareto Intelligence…

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Bloomberg – Investors Are Piling Into Loans That Banks Have Avoided Since the Crash

NEW YORK, December 17, 2018 – …Churchill’s CEO, Ken Kencel, steers clear of pockets of the market where discipline is slipping. He lends to mid-size U.S. firms where loans are senior-secured, meaning he’s first in line for payouts if the firm defaults. He lends to borrowers with strong cash flow, plenty of equity and junior debt that serve as buffers if the firm hits a bump. He’ll average an all-in yield of 7 percent to 7.5 percent…

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