Ranger Direct Lending Fund welcomes Joe Kenary to its Board as Non-Executive Director

– UK, London – Ranger Direct Lending Fund PLC (LON:RDL), today announced the appointment of Joe Kenary as a non-executive director of the Board of Directors with immediate effect. The directors of the Company are pleased to welcome Mr Kenary, who has extensive experience in the direct lending sector, to the board. A short biography for Mr Kenary is set out below.

About Joe Kenary

Mr Kenary graduated from Harvard College in 1986 and also holds an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management. He began his career in private equity investing and subsequently developed significant direct lending experience as the first employee of Capitalsource, Inc. a commercial finance business that evolved to become a publicly traded commercial bank with assets in excess of $10 billion. He was also a senior executive of Alliance Partners, a US based asset manager and commercial lender that specialised in the acquisition and management of commercial loans for community banks.

Mr Kenary has considerable experience in the US direct lending sector and the board considers that his expertise will be invaluable as the Company progresses with the realisation of its assets.

For more information : https://www.rangerdirectlending.uk

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