BNP Paribas Asset Management’s track record in private markets dates back to 2005. Today, we boast a dedicated platform with over EUR 20 billion assets under management.
Why private debt and real assets?
In today’s global investment environment where equities remain volatile and sovereign bond yields in low or negative territory, investors – in particular insurance companies and pension providers – have found meeting their investment goals challenging. Private market investments can offer a solution.
With the help of a skilled and experienced investment manager, private debt and real assets can provide a number of benefits including:
In 2017, we officially established our dedicated Private Debt and Real Assets (PDRA) platform, which was strengthened in 2021 by the acquisition of Dutch mortgage specialist Dynamic Credit Group and alternative multi-manager BNP Paribas Capital Partners in 2022.
The platform draws on the expertise of 100 plus investment professionals located in Paris, London, New York and Amsterdam. Team members have complementary skills in advising, originating and structuring investment opportunities. Together they manage over EUR 20 billion of assets.
Our PDRA platform benefits from a unique multi-channel origination model that leverages privileged access to BNP Paribas franchises, an independent credit process anchored in the collective work of specialist teams, and a strong focus on sustainability across our strategies.
We offer fully-customisable strategies across the risk/reward spectrum including corporate loans, real assets, structured finance, external fund solutions and credit.
To learn more, please contact us.
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Source: BNP Paribas Asset Management. All data as of September 2022 unless otherwise stated
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