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location iconNew York, New York
company sizeCompany size: 51-200
aumAUM: $25B - $50B

Churchill Asset Management LLC is an SEC-registered investment adviser based in New York and an indirect, majority-owned subsidiary of Nuveen, the asset manager of TIAA. Churchill Asset Management LLC provides customize financing solutions to middle market private equity firms including first lien, unitranche, second lien, mezzanine debt, co-investments, secondary solutions, and private equity commitments.

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Investment Management
Private Credit
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Churchill Asset Management - Recent News & Articles

Bank of England Issues Warning on Private Debt, Leveraged Loans

The Bank of England joined the growing list of policymakers and market participants concerned about the booming $1.6-trillion private credit market. T...

Blackstone draws €1bn into European private credit fund

Blackstone plans to double the size of its European private credit fund in the next year after raising €1bn from the region’s rich to invest in the bo...

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https://finance.yahoo.com/news/norinchukin-eyes-assets-including-clos-014942422.html

Norinchukin Bank will consider investing in a range of assets as it braces for massive losses on the sale of roughly 10 trillion yen ($63 billion) in ...

Regional Banks Want to Slim Down. Hedge Funds Smell a Bargain.

Regional banks around the U.S. are striking complex and costly bargains with hedge funds, hoping to insulate themselves from a replay of the turmoil t...

Jamie Dimon says there could be 'hell to pay' if the swelling private-credit market starts showing cracks

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said private credit could spark turmoil if the opaque sector of financial markets weakens. "There could be hell to pay,...

CFPB says buy now, pay later firms must comply with U.S. credit card laws

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau declared on Wednesday that customers of the burgeoning buy now, pay later industry have the same federal prot...

Source: CNBC
Grayscale CEO Michael Sonnenshein steps down

Michael Sonnenshein has stepped down from his role as the CEO of Grayscale Investments LLC. Sonnenshein will be replaced by former Goldman Sachs execu...

Soaring debt and deficits causing worry about threats to the economy and markets

The federal IOU is now at $34.5 trillion, or about $11 trillion higher than where it stood in March 2020. Chatter has spilled into government and fina...

Source: CNBC
Private equity firms step up plans to edge banks out of low-risk lending

Private equity firms including Apollo Global, KKR, Blackstone and Brookfield are accelerating efforts to make low-risk loans, encroaching on territory...

Goldman Sachs Aims for $300 Billion Private Credit Portfolio

Goldman Sachs Asset Management is reportedly planning a major expansion of its private credit portfolio. The Wall Street giant aims to grow that portf...

Source: PYMNTS