Who We Are
NorthStar Corporate Income Master Fund
NorthStar Corporate Income Master Fund (NorthStar Corporate Income) is an unlisted, closed-end fund registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940. NorthStar Corporate Income intends to invest in the income producing securities of public and private U.S. and non-U.S. companies, including first and second lien loans, subordinated debt, bonds and structured credit, including collateralized loan obligations (CLO) debt and equity.
NorthStar Corporate Income is a master fund, which offers its shares to the public indirectly through feeder funds. There are currently two feeder funds: NorthStar Corporate Income Fund and NorthStar Corporate Income Fund-T, which in combination offer four share classes. An investor purchases shares of a feeder fund and each feeder fund purchases shares of NorthStar Corporate Income, which executes the investment strategy described herein and in each Fund’s prospectus. For more information, click here to visit the offering details page.
NorthStar Corporate Income Seeks to Provide Investors:*
Total returns consisting of current income and capital appreciation with the preservation of capital1
Diversification benefits by adding global corporate credit exposure to an investor’s investment portfolio2
Risk-adjusted returns while seeking to minimize risks of loss
NorthStar Securities, LLC
NorthStar Securities, LLC (NorthStar Securities) is the broker-dealer affiliate of NorthStar Asset Management Group Inc. and the dealer-manager for NorthStar Corporate Income’s public offering. NorthStar Securities strives to assist financial advisors and their clients in making informed investment decisions to meet their financial goals. Based in Denver, NorthStar Securities is registered with the SEC and is a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC).
*There is no assurance we will achieve any of our investment objectives. 1) There is no guarantee of distributions. Initially, distributions will be paid from sources other than cash flow from operations, including offering proceeds, borrowing or sales of assets, which may reduce an investor’s overall return. 2) Diversification does not eliminate risk and does not assure better performance. NorthStar Corporate Income does not intend to operate as a “diversified” investment company within the meaning of the Investment Company Act of 1940.