• Innovative Investments

    97 Portfolio Companies

    A stong portfolio of private American companies diversified across multiple industries.

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  • Income Driven

    Unbiased Allocation Policy

    Portfolio has access to the same deals and same terms as institutional clients.

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  • Intelligent Partnership

    Intelligent Partnership

    A competitive advantage with CNL and
    KKR & Co. management.

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Current Offering Price: $11.30        Annualized Distribution Rate: 7.12%1

 

 

Your Core BDC

Corporate Capital Trust, a non-traded business development company (BDC), provides investors an opportunity to invest in the debt of privately owned American companies. Brought to you by leading private investment firm CNL and global alternative asset manager KKR, Corporate Capital Trust is designed to provide shareholders with monthly income, portfolio diversification and a potential protection against rising interest rates.2

Investing in America3

Middle market companies have contributed significantly to the American economy. In fact, the U.S. middle market represents the fifth largest GDP economy.

Nearly 200,000 American businesses comprising today’s middle market represent one-third of the private sector’s GDP, employ 44.5 million individuals and added 2.2 million jobs during the financial crisis (2007-2010 period). Learn more.

 

1 The annualized distribution rate is calculated by dividing the annualized distributions by the public offering price as of April 23, 2014. Distributions are not guaranteed and may be suspended, modified or terminated at the discretion of the board of directors. Future distributions may include a return of principal or borrowed funds which may lower overall returns to the investor and may not be sustainable.

2 There is no assurance these objectives will be met.

3 The middle market is defined as companies with annual revenues between U.S. $10 million and $1 billion. Source: The National Center for the Middle Market as of December 2013.