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With interest rates rising rapidly in both the UK and Eurozone, what will be the impact for debt funds?
It’s a type of financing that is becoming increasingly popular but those using it for the first time need to familiarise themselves with structural idiosyncrasies
Private debt has an opportunity to grow in the region as banks face restrictions, but regulatory complexities present a challenge. However,there are signs of hope amid developments in Hong Kong and Mainland China
It’s a new innovation that appears to benefit both private credit managers and insurance investors. But it is also complex and those using it should tread carefully, writes Cameron Roper
For the lending industry, it’s the end of an era. But what does the move to new rates mean, and how is it being done? Aymen Mahmoud and Stephanie McCann of McDermott Will & Emery explore the latest developments
Investors sense an opportunity to pursue more niche and specialised strategies in the distressed debt space. Rob Langston considers how the market is innovating after covid.
Due to their expense, conventional ways of exiting Chapter 11 cases are not ideal for everyone. But alternatives are available
It’s a part of the market that keeps on finding ways to grow further. Three partners of Latham & Watkins explore what the year ahead holds for direct lending
Debt financings appear to face some serious challenges in 2022 but Aymen Mahmoud and Samantha Koplik of McDermott, Will & Emery are confident the market will overcome them and maintain strong dealflow.
Plenty of capital is being raised for private debt, but not much of it is finding its way into UK SMEs

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