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THE FUTURE OF PRIVATE DEBT

Future of Private Debt

Uncharted territory Rapid technological advancement and global uncertainty – political and economic – are pressing issues for the future of private debt. Predicting outcomes for...

OPINION

A bit of stress would do no harm

If the cycle is about to turn, it would not come as an unwelcome development to some investors.

A difficult pitch, but Europe needs US investors

Europe’s GPs are hungry for capital, and US LPs have plenty to commit. But bringing them together means overcoming concerns about the way disparate regimes operate.

Time to start contemplating tomorrow’s nightmare

It’s pointless guessing when the benign credit cycle will end, according to those on stage at our New York Forum – but it’s imperative to be prepared.

EDITOR'S VIEW

DATABASE

INVESTOR IN FOCUS

SPOTLIGHT: NEW YORK FORUM

PDI New York Forum 2018: The 10 big talking points

From never-ending cycle talk to the lure of special situations, we report back to you the major conversational topics doing the rounds on day one.

PDI LIVE

SAID AND DONE

“We are alert to a potential margin squeeze in some countries and sectors as labour markets tighten. This is a trend that is already apparent in the US and we are seeing early signs of in Europe’s retail and industrial sectors.”

Nicholas Brooks, head of economic and investment research, ICG

PERSON IN THE NEWS

MOST READ

INVESTOR SPOTLIGHT

TERMSHEET

LARGEST FUND CLOSES OF H1 2018

LONG READ

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

PEOPLE

NUMBER OF THE WEEK

 £630bn

The total funding gap in SME lending in Europe, according to figures from the World Bank, quoted at an SME lending seminar at BNP Paribas Asset Management. Alternative financiers are expected to increase their share of the market from 2% currently to 9% in 2020/21.

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