RDL Realisation Plc

Name
RDL Realisation Plc
Manager
Ranger Alternative Management, L.P
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00BW4NPD65
Sector
Debt - Direct Lending
Launched
01/05/2015
OCF
7.45 %
3 Year Sharpe
-0.12
Yield
6 %
Benchmark
S&P/LSTA U.S. Leveraged Loan 100 TR USD
Fund Size
£ 76.1 million
NAV
588
Gearing
90
Discount Premium
11
The Company will be managed, either by a third party non-EEA investment manager or internally by the Company's Board of Directors, with the intention of realising all remaining assets in the portfolio in a prudent manner consistent with the principles of good investment management, with a view to returning cash to its Shareholders in an orderly manner and meeting the obligations of the Company to RDLZ in respect of the ZDP Shares or purchasing ZDP Shares to reduce those obligations in advance of the final date for payments on the ZDP Shares.
Holding %
Loans Held At Amortised Cost 84.94 %
Name
Ranger Alternative Management, L.P
Address
Dallas, United States
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Scott Canon
Joined 05/01/2015
William Kassul
Joined 05/01/2015
Wes McKnight
Joined 05/01/2015
Gary Melara
Joined 05/01/2015
Jack Antonini
Joined 05/01/2015
Mark Dawson
Joined 05/01/2015

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