About Arrow

Arrow is a vertically-integrated asset manager and a leading European credit servicer, combining information advantage, proprietary deal access, and operational know-how to execute deeply informed transactions with consistently high returns.

Below are six key facts about Arrow:

€7bn+
of capital invested (including co-invest)
€70bn
of asset servicing AUM
c. 2,500
employees
17
local servicing platforms
5
target geographies
12+ year
track record of delivering a gross unlevered 18% IRR

Timeline

2005 –
2012
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
UK

Portugal

Netherlands

Italy

Ireland

  • Balance sheet deployed
  • 3rd party asset servicing capability
  • Fund management capability

2005 – 2012:

Building a successful investment track record.

2013 – 2018:

Entered new geographies through the acquisition of leading asset servicing businesses.

Deployed over €2bn of own capital alongside over €3.9bn of third-party content.

2017-2018:

Acquisition of complementary fund management businesses.

2019-2020:

Launch of ACO 1 fund made Arrow the leading European integrated asset manager in distressed assets.

The Power of Vertical Integration

Our unique integrated model drives a track record of generating consistently high teens returns.

Fund-raising
Investment Strategy
Proprietary Origination
Underwriting
Data & Analytics
Transaction Management
Portfolio Management
Arrow’s Credit Management Platform
Portfolio & Asset Divestitures
Average 18% Gross IRR1 >10 Years With a Sub 1.5% Loss Rate
  1. ‘Gross IRR’ based on lifetime return calculations, using collections up to December 2021, future cash flow projections and allocated costs (based on today’s platform) ‘Gross IRR’ represents annualised return rate before taking into account fund level expenses, management fee and carried interest.

Arrow Credit Opportunities 1 (ACO 1)

Featured in 2021 Prequin Global Private Debt report as having one of the:

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Largest Distressed Debt Funds Closed in 2020

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Largest Europe-Focused Private Debt Funds Closed in 2020