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Emerging markets sovereign and corporate credit constitutes an important asset class and should be a consideration for every sophisticated institutional investor or high net-worth family/individual.

Greylock Capital’s flagship emerging markets credit strategy was launched in 1997.  The investment strategy is differentiated by Greylock Capital’s deep capital markets and structuring/restructuring experience. What truly sets the investment process apart, however, is Greylock Capital’s keen awareness and understanding of political and geopolitical considerations, as well as behavioral intelligence, a significant worldwide network and the cumulative judgment and experience that comes from decades spent in emerging markets.

Greylock Capital’s investment strategy aims to diversify holdings across two main investment themes, yielding a portfolio of emerging markets sovereign and corporate credit instruments across Distressed/Event-Driven and High-Yield Debt, depending on prevailing market conditions.

Greylock Capital’s investment strategy is premised on the belief that investments in emerging markets credit may provide investors with solid returns coupled with low correlation to other asset classes. Many of these investments remain event-driven and may be independent of external market factors. Our experience in these markets provides a competitive advantage in identifying opportunities in both sovereign and corporate debt, and the two sub-segments complement each other well in terms of portfolio construction.

Greylock Capital Management offers its investment strategy in distinct Diversified, Concentrated and Special Situations formats.

Greylock Capital emphasizes two-way communication and transparency with clients. Greylock Capital’s clients have included sovereign wealth funds, public and corporate pension funds, insurance companies, endowments, foundations, healthcare organizations, funds-of-funds, investment advisers and high net-worth individuals and families.

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