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Dyal Capital Takes Stake In Golub

Neuberger Berman's Dyal Capital has taken a stake in credit manager Golub Capital. The stake is a passive, non-voting minority stake. Golub Capital plans to use Dyal's investment as permanent capital to expand the Firm's capabilities to deliver distinctive, compelling and reliable financing solutions to its private equity sponsors and attractive, consistent returns for investors in its funds. All proceeds from the transaction will remain invested in the Firm. There will be no change in Golub Capital's strategy, management team, investment team, investment process or day-to-day operations as a result of the investment. Lawrence E. Golub, CEO of Golub Capital, and David B....