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Robus again frequent speaker on industry conferences

London, 02 January 2016. Robus Capital will be speaking at the following conferences in 2016

02.04.2016: Institute of Law and Finance, Frankfurt, “Shareholder and Hedge Fund Activism Seminar”, Göthe University Frankfurt.
05.04.2016: Magdeburg Restructuring Forum, “Financing in times of crisis ”.
12.04.2016: 7th Dusseldorf Restructuring Forum, Düsseldorf, “ The pre-insolvency restructuring process in Germany”.
29.04.2016: 12th annual Handelsblatt Restructuring 2016 conference, Frankfurt.
30.11.2016: 2nd annual Handelsblatt Direct Lending Funds 2016 conference”, Frankfurt.

Robus Capital will be represented at these conferences by Andreas Jaufer, Mark Hoffmann or Thiemo Bischoff.

Further expansion towards Senior Secured Loans, underlined by new team hire

Frankfurt, March 1, 2016. Since the first Robus fund is already approaching capacity limit, Robus Capital is diversifying its offering into new investment strategies, particularly with the management of senior secured loan portfolios for institutional investors. For this reason, Robus Capital has hired Marcus Thom. Mr. Thom has 15 years of experience in assisting and supporting demanding clients and previously worked at Fidelity International as Director of Institutional Asset Management. “We are very pleased that we were able to convince such an experienced colleague to help us drive future growth of Robus,” says Dieter Kaiser, Managing Director of Robus Capital. The full Press Release can be found here.

Robus wins award as best European high yield fund

London, November 04, 2015. The Robus German Credit Opportunities Fund managed by Robus Capital has won the award of best fund in the category “High Yield” at the Alternative Credit Intelligence European Performance Awards 2015 in London. The Alternative Credit Performance Awards recognize those alternative credit funds that outperformed their peer groups in the last 12 months.

Robus talks about the Nordic Bond market with Finance-Magazin

Frankfurt, September 15, 2015. Robus Capital spoke with Finance-Magazin about the Scandinavian bond market. In the article “The Nordic Mini-Bond Miracle” from Michael Hedstück (Issue September/October 2015, pages 31-35), Robus was cited as follows: “The Scandinavian bond market is very interesting for high-yield investors,” says Dieter Kaiser, Managing Director of Robus Capital, an asset management company that focuses on high-yield investments in mid-sized companies, but ignores most issues from the German Mittelstands-Bond market. This is for a good reason, as Kaiser mentions: “In comparison with the German Mittelstands-Bond market, Scandinavia has established a very large and well-functioning market with professional [bond] structures.” Source: Finance-Magazin (2015).

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