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Nut Tree Capital Management crosses milestone of $1bn in AuM

Wednesday, March 06, 2019

Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia for A Square:

Nut Tree Capital Management, a alternative manager within Investcorp's Hedge Fund Partnership platform, has reached $1bn in assets under management (AuM).

Based in New York, Nut Tree is an alternative credit investment manager that launched in February 2016 with $100m in assets under management, anchored by strategic capital from Investcorp.

It is led by founding partner and chief investment officer Jed Nussbaum who was previously a partner at Redwood Capital, a distressed credit manager. Jed has over 18 years of experience as an investor in the alternative credit markets.

Investcorp, the global provider and manager of alternative investment products, first announced its strategic relationship with Nut Tree in late 2015.

Congratulating the team at Nut Tree for achieving this notable milestone, Lionel Erdely, head and chief investment officer, Absolute Return Investments at Investcorp said: "From the first day we met Jed and his team back in 2015, we have been confident in the firm's approach across the capital structure, focus on fundamental research and portfolio construction, and deep experience in managing portfolios and teams."

Investcorp, which has now $22.5bn in total AuM, launched its Hedge Funds Partnership platform in 2004 as one of the first of its kind within the alternative asset management space. The platform, which sits within Investcorp's Alternative Return Investments business, pr......................

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