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    Alternative Income

    Powered by the resources of CNL and KKR, Corporate Capital Trust II is a non-traded BDC that invests primarily in the debt of privately owned American companies.

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Class T Share Price: $9.651

Your Core BDC

Corporate Capital Trust II is a non-traded business development company (BDC) that invests primarily in the debt of privately owned American companies. 

Brought to you by private investment management firm CNL and leading global alternative asset manager KKR, Corporate Capital Trust II intends to provide shareholders with monthly income and, to a lesser extent, capital appreciation.3 Alternative investments, including non-traded BDCs, may provide diversification in portfolios comprised of traditional assets and potentially mitigate the impact of rising interest rates.  

 

 

1 Public offering price as of August 28, 2016. The public offering price of the common stock of Corporate Capital Trust II is referred to as "Class T Shares".

2 Corporate Capital Trust II invests primarily in the debt of privately owned American companies, but may also invest in common and preferred equity and various types of derivatives.

3 There is no assurance that this objective will be met. Distributions are not guaranteed in frequency or amount. Since inception, distributions have been supported by the advisors in the form of fee waivers and/or operating expense support waivers and are not estimated to be a return of capital or supported by borrowed funds. Distributions exceed earnings and are not based on the investment performance and there can be no assurance that distributions will be sustained at current levels, or at all. Future distributions may be paid from fee waivers or deferrals, offering expense support waivers, offering proceeds, borrowings and/or cash from operations. Corporate Capital Trust II typically is obligated to repay the advisors over several years, reducing future distributions and potentially diluting value for shareholders entering the fund at a later date.