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Claire Coe Smith

Managers are preparing for a swathe of new ESG reporting requirements, with delayed EU taxonomy rules that come into force early next year seen as a potential gamechanger.
As the talk around climate change grows, investors are increasingly looking to invest in sustainable funds.
Following a turbulent year, investor appetite is back with firms looking to tap into niche and innovative sectors.
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European fundraising has remained resilient despite covid-19, with lenders taking market share from banks. We take a look at how fund managers are faring.
As US fundraising continues to soar post-covid, we take a look at what is driving its recovery, including which segments are the most popular.
As factors such as regulation drive the sustainability conversation forward, we look at how US credit funds are faring.
US fundraising has recovered strongly in recent months. Private Debt Investor investigates why the spotlight is on North America.
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Given their more limited ability to influence DE&I at the asset level, private debt managers initially faced less scrutiny on the issue from LPs. That is now beginning to change.
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LPs cite the clauses as one of the most contentious areas of fund documentation and some are pushing for more consequences for unresolved events.
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With Dublin emerging as a top Brexit relocation spot for financial services and a new funds law luring the alternatives industry, Ireland is starting to stand out as a private debt jurisdiction.

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