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Metrics Credit Partners

About Metrics

Metrics is a leading Australian non-bank corporate lender and alternative asset manager specialising in fixed income, private debt, equity and capital markets. Metrics offer Australian corporate borrowers of all sizes and across all industries, borrowing solutions tailored to their specific needs. For investors, Metrics offer a range of active strategies, both listed and unlisted, providing unrivalled access to the Australian private debt market.

Metrics currently manage in excess of $10 billion in funds and have completed over $16 billion worth of transactions.

Awards

Metrics Credit Partners 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.

The Metrics Master Income Trust (ASX:MXT), Australia’s first ASX-listed corporate loan fund and the country’s largest credit LIT, was awarded 2019, 2020 and 2021 Listed Fund of the Year by Zenith Investment Partners.

In March 2022, Metrics was awarded Non-Bank Investor of the Year by the Asia Pacific Loan Market Association (ALPMA).

 

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