Established in 2006, CVC Credit is the dedicated credit arm of CVC
CVC Credit invests in companies across the sub-investment grade corporate credit markets in Europe and North America, with a strong focus on downside protection through active risk management. It provides investors with a broad range of opportunities to meet their investment criteria through dedicated vehicles and investment solutions for both Performing Credit and Private Credit. These strategies benefit from the broad experience of the local investment teams, as well as the unique access to the accumulated knowledge within the broader CVC platform.
CVC Credit has an extensive and talented team of investment professionals located in London and New York, focused exclusively on investing in the sub-investment grade corporate credit markets. We believe that the depth and diversity of experience across the team provide the ability to deliver attractive risk-adjusted performance through varied credit market cycles. The team works collaboratively across the platform to ensure all the credit strategies benefit from the collective expertise and knowledge of the team members.
€39 billionAssets under management*
Investors in CVC Credit benefit greatly from shared research and analysis informed by the history, knowledge and global reach of the wider CVC Network. CVC's private equity platform currently manages €110 billion of assets and has completed over 330 equity investments across many different sectors and jurisdictions, providing the CVC Credit team with insights into local markets. The CVC network comprises 29 offices globally, with 16 across EMEA and the Americas. CVC's global network provides the CVC Credit platform with access to long-standing relationships with global and regional banks, as well as corporate management teams.
CVC Credit believes that the basis of every good investment decision is driven by access to information. As such, the cumulative insights and knowledge of CVC Credit's investment professionals are augmented by a proprietary credit database which tracks over 4,000 credits. This database allows the investment team to monitor industry trends, evaluate market developments, and perform detailed analysis on comparable companies and assess future performance. This multi-layer approach to information is at the core of the credit underwriting process.