Griffin Institutional Access® Credit Fund’s investment objective is to generate a return comprised of both current income and capital appreciation, emphasizing current income with low volatility and low correlation to the broader markets.
The Fund strategically invests in an actively managed, diversified portfolio of credit instruments, which may include bank loans, high-yield bonds, structured credit, middle-market direct lending, and non-performing loans.
The Fund is advised by a highly experienced execution team that brings decades of hands-on experience, proven track records, complementary skill sets and robust execution capabilities together to deliver a powerful investment product customized for individual investors. The following illustration lists roles and descriptions of the Fund’s Adviser and Sub-Adviser.
GRIFFIN CAPITAL CREDIT (ADVISOR)
- Griffin Capital Credit serves as the Fund’s Adviser and oversees all investment activity. Griffin Capital Credit Advisor’s primary role involves strategy development, risk management and ongoing investment monitoring.
- Griffin Capital is a leading alternative investment asset manager with approximately $10.45 billion1 in assets under management. Founded in 1995, the privately held firm is led by a seasoned team of senior executives with more than two decades of investment and real estate experience and who collectively have executed more than 650 transactions valued at over $22 billion.
BAIN CAPITAL CREDIT, LP (SUB-ADVISOR)
- The Griffin Institutional Access Credit Fund is sub-advised by BCSF Advisors, LP, an SEC-registered investment adviser and affiliate of Bain Capital Credit, LP.
- Bain Capital Credit, LP provides ongoing research, opinions and recommendations regarding the Fund’s investment portfolio. Bain Capital Credit was formed in 1998 as the credit investing arm of Bain Capital, one of the world’s premier alternative investment firms, with approximately $95 billion2 in assets under management. Bain Capital Credit invests across the full spectrum of credit strategies, including leveraged loans, high-yield bonds, distressed debt, direct lending, structured products, non-performing loans and equities. With offices in Boston, Chicago, New York, London, Dublin, Hong Kong, Melbourne and Sydney, Bain Capital Credit has a global footprint with approximately $37 billion3 in assets under management.
The investment structure is a closed-end interval fund that provides liquidity to shareholders through a quarterly repurchase offer. The Repurchase Offer Amount will be no less than 5% and no more than 25% of the total number of shares outstanding on the Repurchase Request Deadline. It is important to remember that diversification does not eliminate the risk of experiencing investment losses.