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How to negotiate good terms in the lower mid-market

It’s still possible to negotiate decent terms in the lower mid-market, but does that compensate for country and political risks? David Turner seeks to find out

How to negotiate good terms in the lower mid-market

It’s still possible to negotiate decent terms in the lower mid-market, but does that compensate for country and political risks? David Turner seeks to find out

Marketplace lending looks ahead to the next downturn

The niche is one of most exciting new areas for private debt investments, but its short track record leaves investors guessing as to how it will fare in the event of a credit crunch.

Marketplace lending looks ahead to the next downturn

The niche is one of most exciting new areas for private debt investments, but its short track record leaves investors guessing as to how it will fare in the event of a credit crunch.

The ‘snowball effect’ as banks face up to cold climate

Regulatory actions have boosted Europe’s distressed market, with PE-backed deals in the retail sector also creating interest. David Turner examines the opportunity

The ‘snowball effect’ as banks face up to cold climate

Regulatory actions have boosted Europe’s distressed market, with PE-backed deals in the retail sector also creating interest. David Turner examines the opportunity

The distressed funds drowning in froth

In a market where they’ve never had it so good, borrowers are able to dictate who loans can and cannot be assigned to – and some investors are finding themselves out in the cold.

The distressed funds drowning in froth

In a market where they’ve never had it so good, borrowers are able to dictate who loans can and cannot be assigned to – and some investors are finding themselves out in the cold.

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