The Radcliffe BDC Debt strategy, launched in 2014, is the only strategy of its kind. Radcliffe seeks to capitalize on market inefficiencies to build a portfolio of primarily investment-grade bonds issued by Business Development Companies that have more favorable metrics than other investment-grade bonds, including higher yields, lower risk of principal loss, and better appreciation potential. 

We also believe Radcliffe's BDC Debt strategy offers a better way to get exposure to direct lending than direct loan strategies (similar levered target returns but with more liquidity and more downside protection) or CLO tranches (higher yields than the senior tranches of CLOs with more liquidity and more downside protection).

All investments are subject to risks including the possible loss of principal.