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MAPFRE launches a private debt fund of up to 350 million euros

  • The vehicle will bundle together all investments made by the Group's subsidiaries and make new investments in European funds

MAPFRE, through MAPFRE AM, is launching MAPFRE PRIVATE DEBT, FIL, a private debt fund that will bring together all the investments of the insurance group's subsidiaries already made in this asset type, as well as new investments, up to an amount of 350 million euros.

The ultimate aim is to have exposure via 15 large fund managers, mainly in European investments and in euros. “This commitment to private debt helps us further diversify our portfolio as part of our range of alternative investments, without compromising at all on our conservative nature. It will also provide us with a little more profitability,” says Álvaro Anguita, CEO of MAPFRE AM.

The management team will carry out exhaustive due diligence of the funds to be invested in and will take criteria such as fund size, the experience of the management team, the time it has been working together, and the track record of previous investments into account. And, as with other MAPFRE investments, priority will be given to ESG criteria. "ESG policies are being implemented in illiquid markets at a quicker rate than in liquid markets. We appreciate how they require the companies they finance to incorporate these commitments, which we can see in the covenants or in the spreads they’re paying in financing, among other factors," adds Javier Lendines, General Manager of MAPFRE AM.

MAPFRE began its adventure into alternative assets through funds in 2018. Since then, it has committed 1.35 billion euros in real estate, infrastructure, private equity, private debt and renewable funds, always with the best international partners.



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