Tikehau Enjoys Strong H1 Inflows, Plans New Funds

Jul 11 2011 | 8:47am ET

Tikehau IM, the Paris-based credit and fixed-income market specialist, saw inflows of €300 million in the first half of 2011.

The company now manages over €600 million across products and strategies including open-ended and closed-ended funds, co-investments vehicles and managed accounts. Tikehau is now looking to surpass the €1 billion AUM mark by 2012.

The significant increase in AUM comes as the firm prepares to launch three new funds: Tikehau Special Situations II, TMZ II (a second mezzanine debt fund) and Tikehau Green Real Estate Fund (focusing on sustainable commercial real estate).
 
Tikehau IM focuses primarily on three main segments of credit markets: bonds, loans and private debt. The investment vehicles offered are French open-ended funds, currently covering three main strategies (corporate credit allocation, floating rates notes, and subordinated financials bonds), as well as special situations fund and private-debt bespoke solutions. Within the sole open-ended funds (UCITS) segment itself; Tikehau IM has more than doubled its assets under management, by collecting more than €130 million.

Established in 2007, Tikehau now employs 20 investment professionals managing seven credit funds. Tikehau IM is an affiliate of Group Tikehau.


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