Napier Park Global Capital Receives Allocation from Topwater

March 27th, 2013
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Napier Park Global Capital (“Napier Park”), and Topwater Capital Partners LLC, (“Topwater”) announced today that Napier Park received a managed account allocation from an investment fund managed by Topwater. The allocation was made to one of Napier Park’s liquid credit strategies.

Travis Taylor, co-founder of Topwater said, “We are pleased to have added a top-tier credit manager like Napier Park and look forward to doing more business with the firm in the future.”

“We are pleased to add Topwater to our roster of sophisticated clients, and are always delighted whenever we are given a new opportunity to develop solutions to meet our clients’ investment objectives. We look forward to rolling up our sleeves and working with Topwater to do just that,” said Napier Park co-Managing Partner Jim O’Brien.

About Napier Park Global Capital

Napier Park Global Capital is an independent alternative asset management firm that manages approximately $6.8 billion. The firm manages a diversified product mix including hedge funds, bespoke client solutions, private investments, CLOs and structured credit to large, sophisticated institutional investors. Napier Park Global Capital has offices in New York and London. For more information visit

About Topwater Capital Partners LLC

Topwater, founded in 2002 and located in Norwalk, Connecticut, is a registered investment adviser and alternative asset management firm owned by Bryan D. Borgia and Travis C. Taylor. Topwater specializes in the design, implementation and management of customized managed account products for institutional clients. Topwater invests in various strategies and asset classes, with a primary focus on equity and fixed income hedge fund strategies in the US, Asia and Europe. For more information visit
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