Category Archives: SCIO in the press

CLO trends raise alarm bells

SCI.com Subscription required Ever loosening loan documentation and manager drift are giving CLO investors pause for thought, particularly those higher in the structure. While certain managers may be benefiting now, there are worries that those pursuing a less conservative strategy … Continue reading

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Structured credit specialists seek future-proofing in direct lending

Creditflux Subscription required London-based SCIO Capital has largely reorientated itself in its belief that private credit (which includes direct lending and other private financings) provides sufficient downside protection to weather any potential storms that may affect the credit market over … Continue reading

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SCIO Partners Fund I realizes asset values after returning 11.5% pa

Creditflux Subscription required SCIO Capital’s Partners Fund I is in its planned final realization of asset values, five years after the launch of the closed-ended fund. The fund, which invested in core European private structured credit on behalf of institutional … Continue reading

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CLO equity sentiment buoyant compared to SFIG 2016

KPMG: SFIG Vegas – the full round-up CLO equity investors at SFIG Vegas were in an upbeat mood in a panel discussion, but with rate rises and political risks looming they said this was no time to get comfortable Greg … Continue reading

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UK student loan sell-off comes with weak grades

ft.com Subscription required Greg Branch, an investor at SCIO Capital, an asset manager, insists there are significant differences from the first effort in the 1990s. ‘You need to stress a lot of different variables — the nice thing about it … Continue reading

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Banks make unwanted risk lucrative with bets for hedge funds

bloomberg.com ‘I’m pleased banks seem more willing as of late to support capital-relief trades,’ said Greg Branch, chief investment officer of SCIO Capital LLP, which buys the deals. ‘It seems investors can’t get enough of this risk, but they’d be … Continue reading

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Introduction to the Nordic regions

realtid.se Realtid.se, the Swedish online business newspaper, announces a co-operation between SCIO and Jessica Eistrand of Lapposand Ltd.

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SCIO partners with advisory firm as it seeks to expand in northern Europe

Creditflux Subscription required Article announcing that SCIO has entered into a co-operation with Jessica Eistrand of Lapposand Ltd, an institutional investment advisory firm focusing on the Nordic region.

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European securitisation heads underground

ft.com Subscription required SCIO’s CIO Greg Branch features in an article discussing the unintended effects of regulation on securitisation.

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SCIO Capital launches new structured credit vehicle

AltCredit Intelligence Subscription required European credit manager SCIO Capital has launched a new Opportunity Fund focused on buying structured credit from deleveraging banks. The London-based firm, which offers a range of long-only private funds, managed accounts and listed bonds to … Continue reading

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