NEWS & UPDATES

Finsbury
Joe Berg
Director
310-633-9446
EL SEGUNDO, California (April 4, 2019) – Griffin Capital Company, LLC announced on behalf of Griffin Institutional Access Credit Fund (the “Fund,” NASDAQ: CRDTX, CGCCX, CRDIX, CRDLX) the payment of the Fund’s first quarter distribution, which occurred on April 1, 2019. This most recent payment represented an annualized rate of 7.42 percent for Class A, 7.42 percent for Class C, 7.42 percent for Class I, 7.47 percent for Class L, and 7.40 percent for Class F. Read More
“We always strive to provide investors with alternative investments of the highest caliber. Combining innovative investment structures with best-in-class asset management capabilities is paramount to our success. Our performance speaks for itself. Our ability to deliver on our stated investment objectives within a variety of market conditions over the past five years is a testament to our active management capabilities.”Read More
EL SEGUNDO, California (October 11, 2018) – Griffin Capital Company, LLC announced on behalf of Griffin Institutional Access Credit Fund (the “Fund,” NASDAQ: CRDTX, CGCCX, CRDIX, CRDLX) the payment of the third quarter distribution which occurred on October 1, 2018. This most recent payment represented an annualized rate of 6.49% for Class A, 6.50% for Class C, 6.49% for Class I, 6.54% for Class L, and 6.46% for Class F.Read More
“We are proud of our performance thus far, outperforming the leveraged loan index as well as traditional bonds,” said Jeff Hawkins, COO of Bain Capital Credit. “Alternative credit has historically performed well within a variety of market conditions and we believe the Fund is well positioned in today’s dynamic market environment.”Read More
Griffin Capital Asset Management Company, LLC President Randy Anderson said, “We are very proud of Griffin Institutional Access Credit Fund's performance over the past year and of our ability to provide “Main Street” investors the potential to capitalize on opportunities for income generation and capital appreciation that have previously been available only to large institutions.” Read More