Asset Management

Sagitta SGR is the Asset Management Company of the Arrow Global group in Italy, focused on special situations and the management of distressed assets.

Sagitta benefits from the know-how, track-record, reputation and deal flow belonging to the Arrow group, specialized in the management of bad debt (NPLs and UTPS) and crisis situations.

Currently authorized to launch and manage alternative investment funds into Real Estate, ReoCo, Private Equity/Debt and also Credit funds, the SGR is part of the Asset Management & Servicing division of the Arrow Global Group, which accounts for more than £55Bn AuM in 5 major European countries.



UTPs Credit Fund

The UTPs fund is established through the contribution of bank loans UTPs – secured or unsecured/corporate – which may be contributed to the Fund from the banks, in the context of systemic transactions of de-leveraging and de-risking, providing a different solution to the banks in the UTPs management and aligning interests, also providing a new financing facilities to the company/borrower in order to recovery the performing status and enhance the credit recovery chances.

Solution Fund

The Solution Fund is set-up on a deal by deal basis through the contribution in kind of real estate assets, real property rights or mortgage loans in the context of crisis situations, in which the fund could intervene and get the assets in exchange of shares, granting a better recovery to the creditors of the procedure by the way of managing the complexity and finance the development with the capex required.

SGT CrescItalia Invoice Fund

The Short Term CrescItalia Fund aims at investing into commercial papers through the invoice-financing to SMEs which have difficult access to the bank credit notwithstanding the good credit standing of its customers.


Special SITs PE Fund

Dedicated to institutional investors only, the PE funds will be focused on the purchase of majority equity stakes in SMEs that, despite a good P&L, are in financial troubles or other special situations which allow the fund to acquire the participation/going concern at highly speculative values.