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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.

Asian investors spot anomalies in leveraged lending

Buyers are demanding higher-rated tranches in response to what they see as a lack of liquidity in the leveraged loan markets.

Madison Realty garners $1.15bn for Debt Fund IV – exclusive

New York-based firm secures its first Asian institutional capital, exceeding hard-cap of $1bn

Debt investors seek higher yields as property cycle enters latter stages

While the risks may be rising for putative property investors, alternative fixed-income investors such as Allianz and Dai-ichi Life remain focused on obtaining yield

OCP Asia refocuses on China funding gap

A decline in 'shadow banking' has led to a reduction in primary lending and a growing funding gap in the People's Republic

Dai-ichi Life to launch in-house structured finance team

Insurer plans to strengthen its activities in project financing

Regulations push Korean insurers to explore credit enhancement measures

Investors are seeking ways of reducing the capital burden on their alternative investments

Asian investors spot anomalies in leveraged lending

Buyers are demanding higher-rated tranches in response to what they see as a lack of liquidity in the leveraged loan markets.

Pension funds offer leverage for NPL acquisitions in China

Risk taking is a way to get higher returns although advisors encourage investors to examine the risks thoroughly.

Building new relationships in China

The country’s embattled developers are turning to the private market to service debt and grow business.

Building new relationships in China

The country’s embattled developers are turning to the private market to service debt and grow business.

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