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  • Writer's pictureShernel Thielman

Brookfield and Societe Generale Forge €10 Billion Private Debt Fund Partnership

Brookfield Asset Management (BAM) has embarked on a strategic collaboration with France's Societe Generale to establish a substantial private debt fund with a total value of €10 billion (approximately $10.70 billion) over the next four years. This partnership aims to significantly amplify their capacity to provide financing solutions while responding to the escalating demand for private debt within the financial landscape. Societe Generale revealed on Monday that the fund's initial launch will involve €2.5 billion in capital, with a targeted focus on various sectors including power, renewables, data, midstream, and transportation. The fund's strategic objectives extend beyond financial gains; it will also serve as a tailored offering to meet the specific needs of insurance companies, offering investment-grade products aligned with their credit ratings and preferred investment durations. The collaborative effort between Brookfield and Societe Generale is poised to revolutionize the response to the mounting demand for private debt financing. This initiative is expected to have a favorable impact on bolstering the real economy by providing robust financial support to sectors vital for sustainable growth. Investment Disclosure:This communication is for informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer, solicitation, or recommendation to buy, sell, or hold any investment or security. Any views or opinions expressed herein are solely those of the individual author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Brookfield Asset Management or Societe Generale. Investors are urged to conduct their own research and consider their individual financial objectives, risk tolerance, and investment horizon before making any investment decisions.

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