Coller Capital, Ping An Overseas Holdings Close New Secondaries Deal
Secondaries investor Coller Capital and Ping An Overseas Holdings have closed the largest private credit secondaries transaction for a credit portfolio managed by Ping An.
Coller-sponsored investment and co-investment vehicles are investing $580mn of a total transaction value of $680mn. Following the closure of the transaction on 30th July 2021, Ping An will continue to manage the portfolio which comprises four flagship credit funds managed by North American and European managers; it covers 400 positions in over 250 companies and spread across a range of industries, including professional services, healthcare and telecommunications.
“This is the world’s largest private credit secondaries transaction and exactly the kind of complex investment opportunity in which Coller Capital specialises,” said Jeremy Coller, CIO of Coller Capital. “We know the team at Ping An well, and we look forward to working closely with them in the development of this exciting portfolio.”
Hoi Tung, Chairman & CEO of Ping An Overseas Holdings, said: “We are delighted with the successful close of this landmark transaction. Over the past few years, we have seen strong growth in investor interest in credit funds, which have proven to be a source of sustainable income for investors despite market turbulence. By working with leading credit fund managers around the globe, we will continue to find attractive investment opportunities and deliver value to our partners and clients.”
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