ECM considers adding lev loans to multi-asset fund

ECM Asset Management, the London-based investment firm owned by Wells Fargo, has entered discussions with its partners to enable its multi-asset credit fund to buy leveraged loans.

  • By Olivier Holmey
  • 22 Nov 2013

ECM’s European Diversified Credit (EDC) fund is not yet able to invest in leveraged loans, Henrietta Pacquement, portfolio manager for ECM’s diversified portfolios, said at a press briefing on November 19. But the investment fund is exploring avenues to start doing so, Pacquement added.

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