Monarch Capital Partners IV (“MCP IV”) is Monarch’s fourth closed-end fund which held its first close in April 2017. MCP IV’s investment objective is to seek superior risk-adjusted returns through opportunistic investment in all parts of capital structure.

Monarch Capital Partners III (“MCP III”) is Monarch’s third closed-end fund which held its final close in January 2015. MCP III’s investment objective is to seek superior risk-adjusted returns through opportunistic investment in all parts of capital structure.

Monarch Capital Partners II (“MCP II”) is Monarch’s second private equity fund which launched in March 2010. MCP II’s investment objective was to seek superior risk-adjusted returns through opportunistic investment in all parts of capital structure. MCP II is currently operating in its Harvest Period.

Monarch Capital Partners (“MCP”) is Monarch’s first private equity fund which launched in June 2008. MCP’s investment objective was to seek superior risk-adjusted returns through opportunistic investment in all parts of capital structure. MCP is currently operating in its Harvest Period.

Monarch Structured Credit Fund (“MSCF”) is Monarch’s first fund fully dedicated to investing in structured credit. MSCF was launched in December 2010. MSCF’s investment objective was to seek superior, risk-adjusted rates of return in certain segments of structured credit that leverage Monarch’s expertise in the distressed debt asset class. By the end of 2015, all investors in each series of Monarch Structured Credit Fund had been fully redeemed.

Monarch Opportunities Fund (“MOF”) was launched in August 2003. MOF’s investment objective was to seek superior risk-adjusted returns through opportunistic investment in all parts of capital structure. On January 1, 2016, Monarch Opportunities Fund was combined with Monarch Debt Recovery Fund.

Monarch Debt Recovery Fund (“MDRF”) is Monarch’s flagship fund that was launched in April 2002. MDRF seeks superior risk-adjusted returns through opportunistic investment in all parts of capital structure while maintaining a strong bias to the senior part of the capital structure. MDRF has cumulatively outperformed indices of distressed debt funds, high yield markets and equity markets since inception.

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