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Metrics Credit Partners

About Metrics Credit Partners

Metrics Credit Partners (Metrics) is a leading Australian non-bank corporate lender and alternative asset manager specialising in private debt. 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. A market that up until now has been largely dominated by the banks and inaccessible to retail investors. Metrics team have substantial market experience in direct lending and portfolio management and manage in excess of $6 billion in funds.

Awards

Metrics Credit Partners has received several awards over the past 12 months, recognising the strong skills and experience of the team and the unique products the firm has developed for investors.

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

The Zenith awards aim to recognise and encourage excellence in funds management across all asset classes. In determining the winners, the fund rating house assesses the strength of the investment team, investment philosophy, portfolio construction, and risk management capability.

Earlier in the year, Metrics was named Australia’s Best Alternative Investment Manager at the 2020 Hedge Funds Rock + Australian Alternative Investment Awards. Learn more.

Funds

Metrics offer both ASX-listed and unlisted investment strategies.

The Metrics Direct Income Fund (Fund) was launched in July 2020. The fund is an unlisted equivalent of the successful ASX-listed MCP Master Income Trust (MXT). The Fund seeks to generate monthly cash income, with reduced capital volatility, through its investment in well diversified portfolios of loans to Australian companies. It targets a minimum return of 3.25% above the RBA cash rate and has obtained a rating of Highly Recommended from Zenith and Superior from Australian Ratings. Learn more.

Metrics ASX-listed funds include the MCP Master Income Trust (ASX:MXT) and MCP Income Opportunities Trust (ASX:MOT).

MXT invests in a diversified portfolio of more than 140 loans to Australian corporates, with the interest and fees paid by borrowers delivering monthly income for investors. Launched in October 2017, MXT was an innovative development in investment markets in that it opened up a sector of the fixed income market that was previously only available to high net worth and institutional investors. It’s target return and investment strategy is identical to Metrics Direct Income Fund. Learn more.

MOT provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of private credit investments. The Trust targets a minimum cash yield of 7% p.a. with distributions also paid monthly with a total target return of 8% p.a. - 10% p.a. over the cycle, in each case net of fees and expenses. Learn more.

See www.metrics.com.au for more information.

 

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