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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.

Catalyst targets up to $250m for Fund II – exclusive

The Indian firm is planning to launch a bigger fund with a broader investment scope.
Outline of India

ADIA-backed Kotak Investment garners $1bn for first debt fund

The Indian fund manager is targeting NPLs and structured financing opportunities.

PE buyout loans surge in Asia-Pacific – report

Lenders refocus on backing acquisitions by sponsors, including Brookfield, Partners Group, and TPG.

Macau to suspend its $6.7bn sized fund launch bill

The proposal to launch an investment fund would have been discussed in today’s Legislative Assembly session, but is no longer on the agenda.
Asia lantern

How venture debt is making a difference in South-East Asia

InnoVen Capital Partners’ chief executive Chin Chao explains the firm’s investment approach and the reason behind its South-East Asia expansion this year.
Marina Bay Singapore

How Temasek is expanding its global private credit allocation

The investment company has broadened its private and structured credit scope since writing a $200m cheque for a direct private credit facility.

Adamas to target $500m for new private debt fund – exclusive

The asset manager’s fourth fund will continue the firm’s strategy of lending to mid-market companies across the Asia-Pacific region.
Korea's POBA is seeking a mezzanine debt fund mandate and is targeting a net IRR of more than 10 percent

Korea’s POBA seeks mezzanine debt fund manager

Public Officials Benefit Association is targeting a net IRR of more than 10 percent, with a five percent-plus dividend return, for the mandate.

Regulator helps banks muscle into Chinese SME credit

A favourable lending environment for small and medium-sized enterprises may pose questions for private funds looking to exploit the corporate funding gap in China.
Marina Bay Singapore

Genesis launches South-East Asia venture debt fund

Singapore-based lender's five-year vehicle is targeting a gross IRR of 12-25%, with equity upside.

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