NEW YORK, September 15, 2016 – Churchill Asset Management closed a $382.2 million collateralized loan obligation, the first since it was established by TIAA last year. The CLO is comprised of middle-market loans and attracted capital from a range of institutional investors, Churchill said Thursday in a statement.
NEW YORK, August, 2016 – Churchill Asset Management has made its return to the CLO market, after pricing a $382 million middle market deal. TIAA Churchill Middle Market CLO I was arranged by Wells Fargo, and is expected to close on 15 September.
LONDON, May 1, 2016 – Over the years the US has been by far the dominant supplier of leveraged loans globally. But given similar regulatory pressure being exerted on overseas banks as here, Europe is gaining media attention as a source of debt opportunities for both managers and investors.
CLEVELAND, December 11, 2015 – “The middle market will remain liquid, given the capital flowing into the space, regardless of interest rate hikes. 2016 appears bullish for both lenders and borrowers,” said Randy Schwimmer, a senior managing director at New York-based Churchill Asset Management, in the report.
NEW YORK, September, 2015 – The US private debt market, always the most mature, is proving particularly creative too. PDI sits down with seven debt managers to discuss the market.
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, September 1, 2015 – Institutional investors should consider US private debt as an alternative investment strategy to obtain higher returns, says Churchill Asset Management.
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, August 31, 2015 – Churchill Asset Management, the reincarnated debt fund backed by US insurance giant TIAA-CREF, is looking to deploy more debt capital to America’s small to medium-sized businesses with enterprise values ranging from between $US50 million ($70 million) and $US500 million.
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, August 30, 2015 – Lending to medium-to-large corporates has taken on a different hue in recent years. Pension funds, generally through their fund managers, are now the most important group of lenders ahead of the major banks, especially in the US. The restructuring of GE Capital and its parent in April this year confirmed the permanence of the trend.
NEW YORK, June, 2015 – Middle-market companies demand debt capital. With traditional lenders departing the space, a few select groups have ramped up their involvement – including the recently combined forces of TIAA- CREF and Churchill Asset Management. To discuss market dynamics and company culture, CIO Editor- in- Chief Kip McDaniel recently sat with Ken Kencel (President & CEO, Churchill), Randy Schwimmer (Head of Origination & Capital Market, Churchill), Brian Roelke (Head of Corporate Finance Originations, TIAA- CREF), and Shai Vichness (Head of Senior Leveraged Lending, TIAA- CREF).