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Metrics Credit Partners

About Metrics

Metrics is a leading Australian non-bank corporate lender and alternative asset manager with in excess of $16bn in AUM, an experienced team of >125 employees, and a greater than 10-year track record of performance and capital preservation*. Through its managed funds, Metrics offers investments across private debt and private equity. Metrics’ experienced investment team comprises of the four founding partners and is supported by a team of highly qualified investment professionals with skills and experience covering origination, credit and financial analysis, portfolio risk management, legal and fund administration. Since its inception, Metrics has completed direct lending transactions exceeding A$28bn across more than 983 individual loan transactions.

*Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

Awards

Metrics has received several awards over the years, recognising the strong skills and experience of the team and the unique products the firm has developed for investors.

Australian Alternative Investment Management Awards

- Best Listed Alternatives Investment Product – 2023
- Best Australian Private Debt Strategy – 2019, 2021, 2022
- Best Australian Alternative Investment Manager – 2020

Zenith Investment Partners Fund Awards

- Best Australian Fixed Interest Manager of the Year – 2023, 2022
- Listed Entity of the Year – 2021
- Listed Investment Company of the Year – 2019, 2020

Lonsec Strategy of the Year Awards

- Listed Strategy Award – 2018

Asia Pacific Loan Market Association Awards

- Non-Bank Investor of the Year – 2021, 2022

Awards are subject to Terms and Conditions which can be found here: Ts and Cs

 

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