LONDON– Creditflux, the leading provider of news, commentary, analysis and data on the global business of credit trading and investing, announces a total of 50 different credit fund managers have secured finalist positions at the prestigious Creditflux Manager Awards. The awards recognize the best performing funds and CLOs across 19 different categories of credit globally. The four best performing managers in each category are named today, with the winner of each award announced on the night of May 3 at the Landmark Hotel in London.
Now in their ninth year, the awards are unique in that they are based entirely on robust and relevant measures of performance, giving a credible assessment of which managers have done the best job for their investors.
“The Creditflux Manager Awards are determined through strict guidelines and truly aim to honor the cream of the crop,” states Mike Peterson, managing editor of Creditflux. “We put a huge amount of work into calculating which managers have achieved the best outcome for their investors.”
Twelve managers are a finalist in multiple categories, with Credit Suisse Asset Management topping the list with five chances to win an award. PGIM follows closely behind with four finalist positions. Two relative newcomers to the CLO business garner three finalist positions each. New York-based Sound Point Capital Management and Spire Partners, based in London, achieve this result only five and two years respectively after launching their debut CLOs.
For further information and a list of the finalists is available HERE.
Creditflux (www.creditflux.com) is a key global information source for the rapidly evolving credit trading and investment market. Creditflux publishes daily intelligence and owns comprehensive databases of CLOs and credit fund returns. The service has established loyal readership since 2001 and is the publication of choice for credit investors, dealers, brokers and analysts.