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CAPTRUST Financial Advisors (CAPTRUST) announced today a minority growth investment from funds managed by global investment firm Carlyle (NASDAQ: CG). Carlyle will provide growth capital to the firm which will be used to pursue strategic inorganic growth opportunities. Neither GTCR nor any of CAPTRUST's executive leadership teams will be selling secondary shares as part of the transaction.
Carlyle Credit Income Fund (the "Fund" or "CCIF") (NYSE: CCIF) today is pleased to announce the early completion of the initial transition plan following the appointment of Carlyle Global Credit Investment Management L.L.C., an affiliate of Carlyle (together with their affiliates, "Carlyle"), as CCIF's external investment adviser. The transition plan included the following steps: