Prytania Asset Management invests in, manages, and advises on portfolios of securitised credit transactions. The firm’s senior management team has on average over 25 years’ experience in financial markets and key investment personnel have over 20 years directly invested in securitised credit assets. The majority of the analytical team have worked together at Prytania for over 11 years and boast a long and successful track record investing in securitised credit through the cycle, across geographies, asset classes and rating distribution.
Investors in the firm’s suite of actively managed funds and bespoke managed accounts continue to benefit from the breadth and depth of the investment team’s experience and focus on generating relative value and enhanced risk adjusted returns in comparison to other credit assets.
With a core ethos of credit preservation, Prytania Asset Management manages a range of risk return and currency hedged strategies in both open ended fund format as well as bespoke client mandates and “fund of one” strategies for asset managers, pension funds, insurers, local authorities and HNW’s predominantly based in UK, Europe and the US. As at 30th September 2020 Prytania’s asset under management were in excess of $1.5 billion.
Our open ended funds strategies include:
Galene Fund – Global Investment Grade Assets, focused medium risk
Athena Fund – Global Credit Opportunities exploiting exceptional value across the securitised credit universe
Plutus Fund – Global Senior CLO tranches
Investing through the cycle, Prytania Asset Management has developed long-standing relationships with originators, issuers, investment banks and brokers, using this network to maintain access to the widest range of primary and secondary opportunities available in the market.
The Investment team use proprietary analytical software to rapidly assess a wide range of investment opportunities, with “deep-drill” stochastic methodology supported by qualitative assessments based on many years direct investment by the analysts and senior members of the firm’s Investment Committee.
Investments are regularly reviewed, not only to assess collateral performance against original forecasts but also against peers. Relative value and continued suitability against mandate are also critical.