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Adalla Kim

Adalla Kim is a reporter for Private Debt Investor, where she covers private debt investments across Asia Pacific. She joined from a Financial Times publication, having covered Korean institutional investments across asset classes and alternative investments in Asia Pacific. Before that, she was a Graduate Intern at Campbell Lutyens, a private equity and infrastructure advisory group headquartered in London. She has a bachelor’s degree in International Trade from Incheon National University and speaks Korean, English and Spanish.
Some investors might shun commercial real estate debt because of the drastic changes that we have seen since the pandemic. Martin Lechner of Corecam and Wayne Lasky of Maxcap Group share their insights on the investing environment down under.
Yet private lenders and advisors say longer-term demand is evident as sponsors look to consolidate businesses and deploy capital in the region.
Delegates at sister publication Infrastructure Investor’s first virtual Seoul and Tokyo Forum heard that many Korean and Japanese investors are showing a keen interest in the asset class.
Wider credit spreads in the capital structure during H1 have sent mid-market lending investors to reassess their asset managers.
The fundraising is the largest in Indian private credit so far this year.
The low mortgage repayment rate in Japan has slowed the deleveraging pace of certain RMBS deals.
The first transaction comes in the form of a A$130m senior syndicated loan facility, with capital funded via a separate account.
Investors are waiting to see whether more investment opportunities will arise amid the covid-related liquidity crisis, reports Adalla Kim
The fund strategy invests in a range of private credit strategies, with secondaries currently the main focus.
The organisation’s new distressed asset recovery platform will look to acquire unsecured consumer loan packages.

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