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Fifth Street Asset Management Inc.

Fifth Street Asset Management Inc. (NASDAQ:FSAM) is a rapidly growing credit-focused asset manager.  The firm has nearly $6 billion of assets under management across two publicly-traded business development companies, Fifth Street Finance Corp. (NASDAQ:FSC) and Fifth Street Senior Floating Rate Corp. (NASDAQ:FSFR), as well as multiple private investment vehicles.  The Fifth Street platform provides innovative and customized financing solutions to small and mid-sized businesses across the capital structure through complementary investment vehicles and co-investment capabilities.  With a 16-year track record focused on disciplined credit investing across multiple economic cycles, Fifth Street is led by a seasoned management team that has issued billions of dollars in public equity, private capital and public debt securities.  Fifth Street’s national origination strategy, proven track record and established platform are supported by approximately 90 professionals across locations in Greenwich, Chicago, Palo Alto and Dallas.

Fifth Street Finance Corp.

Fifth Street Finance Corp. (NASDAQ:FSC) is a leading business development company that provides custom-tailored financing solutions to small and mid-sized companies, primarily in connection with investments by private equity sponsors. The company originates and invests in one-stop financings, first lien, second lien, mezzanine debt and equity co-investments. Fifth Street Finance Corp.’s  investment objective is to maximize its portfolio’s total return by generating current income from its debt investments and capital appreciation from its equity investments.

Fifth Street Senior Floating Rate Corp.

Fifth Street Senior Floating Rate Corp. (NASDAQ:FSFR) is a business development company that provides financing solutions in the form of floating rate senior secured loans to mid-sized companies, primarily in connection with investments by private equity sponsors.  The company’s investment objective is to maximize its portfolio’s total return by generating current income from its debt investments while seeking to preserve its capital.