Blackstone Private Credit Fund Declares Special Dividend
NEW YORK – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Blackstone Private Credit Fund (BCRED or the “Fund”) today announced that due to strong earnings and the positive impact from rising interest rates, its Board of Trustees has declared a special distribution of the Fund’s excess undistributed net investment income for each class of the Fund’s shares. The special distribution will be in the amount of $0.05 per share plus the estimated undistributed net investment income in excess of $0.05 per share available as of the record date of August 21, 2022 (the “Record Date”) and will be paid on or about September 1, 2022. The estimated undistributed net investment income and the precise amount of the special distribution will be determined closer to the Record Date.
About Blackstone Private Credit Fund
Blackstone Private Credit Fund (BCRED) is Blackstone’s non-listed business development company (BDC). Leveraging Blackstone’s institutional-caliber investment approach, BCRED aims to provide income-focused individual investors access to private credit in a continuously offered fund structure. It is part of Blackstone Credit’s $74 billion direct lending platform, which provides privately originated, senior secured, floating rate loans to U.S. and European companies. BCRED is externally managed by a subsidiary of Blackstone (NYSE: BX), a global leader in credit investing.
About Blackstone Credit
Blackstone Credit is one of the world’s largest credit-focused asset managers, with $230 billion in AUM. We seek to generate attractive risk-adjusted returns for our clients by investing across the entire corporate credit market, from public debt to private loans. Our capital supports a wide range of companies across sectors and geographies, enabling businesses to expand, invest, and navigate changing market environments.
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