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Churchill Asset Management Hires Senior Advisor

March 07, 2017, 07:00 AM

Churchill Asset Management LLC, a majority-owned affiliate of Nuveen focused on originating, underwriting and managing middle market senior loan investments, announced that Kevin Burke has agreed to join the firm as a Senior Advisor.
In this role, Burke will work to help Churchill develop middle market private credit investment funds and strategies designed to meet the current income needs of institutional and high net worth investors across the globe.

“Kevin has been a highly respected professional in the leveraged finance arena for over 30 years. During that time, he has developed a strong working relationship with the principals at Churchill as well as many of the leading investors in the credit sector," Churchill said. "We are delighted that he has agreed to serve as a Senior Advisor to our firm and are confident that his close relationships with leading institutional investors, capital providers and private equity sponsors in the middle market will add meaningfully to our efforts to grow our business.”

Most recently, Burke served as a Senior Managing Director of Antares Capital, where he headed the firm’s loan syndication, sales and trading division. During his 30-year career, he has held senior roles at GE Capital and Bankers Trust (now Deutsche Bank), and served as a Board member of the Loan Syndications and Trading Association, where he remains on its Senior Advisory Board.
Churchill is led by a senior management and investment team that has an average of over 25 years of experience in middle market lending and has worked together for over a decade. They have collectively invested more than $5 billion in over 400 middle market companies and completed investments with over 150 private equity investment firms. Churchill today has approximately $2.7 billion of committed capital under management.

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