Highland Opportunistic Credit Fund

Investment Objective

The investment objective of Highland Opportunistic Credit Fund is to seek to achieve high total returns while attempting to minimize losses.

Investment Approach

The Fund invests, under normal market conditions, at least 80% of the value of its total assets (net assets plus any borrowings for investment purposes) in credit instruments. Credit instruments include secured and unsecured floating and fixed rate loans; bonds and other debt obligations; debt obligations of stressed, distressed and bankrupt issuers; structured products, including but not limited to, mortgage-backed and other asset-backed securities and collateralized debt obligations, convertible bonds or preferred stock, and master limited partnerships (“MLPs”). Within the categories of obligations and securities in which the Fund invests, the Adviser employs various trading strategies, including capital structure arbitrage.

Fund Info

  • Strategy: Alternative Income
  • Sub Advised: No
  • Manager Structure: Single Manager
  • Approach: Active

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