Focused on dynamically capturing compelling risk-adjusted returns across public and private performing credit globally.

The Opportunistic Credit Strategy seeks to capitalize on opportunities across the entirety of the performing credit spectrum with a flexible mandate, investing in private and public credit markets globally.  It focuses on a combination of current income and capital appreciation.

This strategy seeks to leverage the entirety of King Street's platform to source opportunities in both volatile and more benign market environments.

We invest dynamically across a broad universe of performing credit instruments.

*King Street’s investment strategies are subject to substantial risks and uncertainties, as further described in Item 8 of the King Street Capital Management, L.P. Form ADV Part 2 Brochure.

Opportunistic Credit Strategy

The Opportunistic Credit Strategy seeks to capitalize on lending opportunities across the entirety of the credit spectrum in all geographic markets, many of which we have traded in for over 28 years including:

  • Capital Solutions – financing to companies that require flexible, non-traditional capital due to lack of/uncertainty of near-term cash flows and/or structural market challenges, as well as stressed or distressed rescue financings
  • Asset-Based Lending – direct loans and securitizations collateralized by hard assets, including real estate
  • Dislocated Credit Opportunities - dynamically capitalize on periodic mispricing and dislocations in global credit market

Provides an opportunity to capitalize on less liquid performing credit opportunities in what we deem to be high-quality businesses with an income focused strategy.

Tactical Credit Opportunity Strategy

We launched the Tactical Credit Opportunity Strategy in 2020 with the goal of capitalizing on the sharp dislocation in performing credit markets caused by the economic impact of COVID-19 with a focus on. This strategy seeks to leverage King Street’s extensive trading and research platform to deploy capital primarily in publicly traded investment grade, high yield, leveraged loans and structured credit markets. 

*Investments are subject to the risk of loss.