US private equity firm KSL Capital, which focuses on travel and leisure space, has raised $378.5m for its first credit fund.
Placement agent Probitas Fund Group is listed in the SEC filing as receiving $1.39m of sales commission.
Having raised over $3.9bn in equity capital investments since 2005, the firm traditionally focuses on acquisitions of “complex, operationally intensive businesses” undertaking targeted capital expenditures, operational efficiencies and enhanced marketing strategies, but will seek a different approach with KSL Capital Partners Credit Opportunities Fund.
KSL’s investments range across travel and leisure businesses, such as hotels and resorts, clubs, fitness, ski and resort real estate. Most recently, the firm’s golf club operator ClubCorp Holdings sought to raise up to $324m in its IPO last year.
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