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Pemberton's Anderson joins CVC Credit Partners

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Opalesque Industry Update - CVC Credit Partners today announces that Mike Anderson has been appointed as Head of Investor Relations.

Mike has joined from Pemberton Asset Management where he also held the role of Head of Investor Relations. Mike joined Pemberton in October 2015 from ICG Plc where he was responsible for Investor Relations across the UK and Middle East. Prior to working in Investor Relations, Mike was in the Mezzanine Investment team at ICG, firstly in the UK, and latterly in the US market.

Hamish Buckland, Chairman of CVC Credit Partners, said, "With nearly 20 years of specialised experience in investor relations and the debt markets, Mike is ideally suited to taking on the key role of Head of Investor Relations at CVC Credit Partners. Credit Partners has ambitious growth targets across its three core strategies. Mike's skills, experience and relationships will be critical to realising and exceeding these goals.

Mike Anderson, Head of Investor Relations CVC Credit Partners, said, "I'm delighted to be joining CVC Credit Partners, which has long held a leading position in the alternative credit markets. I'm excited to be joining an institution with such a strong brand and great growth potential, and look forward to working with the team to help drive the business forward."

CVC Credit Partners is a leading credit manager focused on sub-investment grade debt across the U.S. and Europe, with US$18.7 billion of assets under management. Since being established in 2006, CVC Credit has achieved strong growth, with a global business covering performing credit, credit opportunities/special situations, and private debt. The business is chaired by Hamish Buckland and led by Gretchen Bergstresser, Mark DeNatale and Tom Newberry.

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