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The initiative's applicability to both GP and portfolio companies means it is emerging as a 'gold standard' in private markets.
Despite some remaining complexity and uncertainty, ELTIF 2.0 appears to offer non-professional investors a much easier way into alternative investments than its 1.0 predecessor, says Linklaters Luxembourg's Silke Bernard.
Global financial institutions differ in their assessment of systemic risk, says Alex Di Santo of Crestbridge.
A focus on collateral allows asset-based lending to provide something of a safe haven in volatile times. Larry Klaff and Lisa Galeota of First Eagle Alternative Credit consider its merits.
Following this year's market volatility and lending supply-demand imbalances, David Brooks and Alice Cavalier of Arcmont Asset Management see what's in store for capital solutions lenders next year.
Intercreditor agreements are re-emerging in debt financings and can have profound impacts for the investee company. Lowell Citron, Rossie Turman and Geena Caporale of law firm Lowenstein Sandler explore the key aspects.
With a new and modernised approach to legal rights, Italy may be set to give greater encouragement to direct lenders interested in participating in the market.
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PLEXUS Research's Matthias Kirchgaessner recounts a debate he initiated on the topic at PDI Germany Forum, with representatives of the lower, mid-market and upper-mid-market.
In a highly leveraged market, holdco financings are becoming increasingly popular, but lenders need to be aware of some distinguishing features, say Proskauer's Evan Palenschat and Eitan Goldberg.
The sale-leaseback is in fashion due to a combination of a manufacturing construction revival and a credit crunch.

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