Entities

Benefit Street Partners

Benefit Street Partners

Acronym
BSP
Entity Type
Founding Date
2008

Benefit Street Partners is a leading alternative asset management firm that manages funds for institutions, high-net-worth and retail investors across various strategies. The firm invests across the credit spectrum—from senior secured debt to subordinated debt, as well as both liquid and illiquid credit. It has extensive experience deploying capital through multiple business cycles.

INVESTMENT STRATEGIES


Private / Opportunistic Debt

BSP's private debt strategy focuses on middle-market lending. It has experience lending across the capital structure (which includes senior secured loans, unitranche loans, unsecured loans, and convertible/preferred equity instruments.


Liquid Loans

BSP's liquid loan strategy focuses on the active management of performing, senior secured, floating-rate bank loans. The investment process is based on bottom-up, fundamental credit analysis and relative value across issuers and industries.


High Yield

BSP's high yield strategy focuses on liquid and/or traded investments in sub-investment grade bonds and loans. It seeks attractive relative and/or absolute performance over a full market cycle.


Special Situations

BSP's special situations strategy targets credits or companies that may be facing financial stress or distress. It seeks investments in the upper middle market with a focus on identifying differentiated investments in private markets that are often overlooked.


Commercial Real Estate Debt

BSP’S commercial real estate platform focuses on originating and managing commercial mortgage loans. It originates both fixed-rate and floating-rate loans across the capital structure, including first mortgage loans, mezzanine loans and preferred equity


Separately Managed Accounts

BSP tailors its strategies to meet the individualized investment and target return objectives of our clients. Its separately managed accounts can be within a specific strategy or encompass multiple strategies. 


Assets under management: $27 billion (as of March 2021)