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Christopher Faille

Protection from a recession
Private lender's index, report offer hope for macro 'soft landing' as pressures abate.
Blue double exposure of coins stacked against a bar chart
A new fund in a 26-year-old series focuses on North American corporates.
esg, environmental, social, governance
As debt firms take a more proactive role in ESG issues facing portfolio companies, one expert highlights their potential for an ongoing dialogue with management teams.
Illustration of a man stacking up gold coins beside an hourglass
Australia’s largest pension fund is aiming to triple its exposure to private credit.
Greenwashing accusations carry reputational risks and have drawn regulatory attention: fending them off entails costs.
CalPERS headquarters
New allocation, including to direct lending, gives role to debt and other 'opportunistic strategies' in search of 6.8% yield.
Don Dimitrievich, who headed energy and power at HPS, will focus on North American sustainable energy.
Fund would be the latest step in Carlyle’s expansion in the credit space, Bloomberg says.
The market in enhanced equipment trust certificates is frozen, but underlying sale-and-leaseback transactions continue. Christopher Faille reports
Asia, starting from a low base, is a promising theatre for industry growth.

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