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Traditionally a happy hunting ground for equity, the sports sector is now opening up to non-bank lending as well. Aaron Kless of Andalusian Credit Partners explains why the potential is huge.
The private equity and debt markets are gaining momentum but this doesn’t mean there’s no cause for concern.
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What are the advantages and disadvantages for lenders of the asset-based loan within a term loan, asks Charlie Perer.
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Will the private debt market achieve a soft landing or end up in a crumpled mess? Adil Kurt-Elli ponders the possibilities.
In both the US and Europe, regulators are taking a keen interest in private debt, write McDermott Will & Emery's Aymen Mahmoud, Riley Orloff and Matthias Weissinger. But do regulators have a distorted view of the asset class’s risks?
Evolving regulations mean it's more important than ever to get a grip on portfolio valuations, writes VRC's John Czapla.
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The popularity of private credit is creating more competition and consequently more opportunities for both borrowers and lenders, according to Proskauer's Faisal Ramzan and Alice Dawson-Loynes
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Commercial banks and credit funds should be making contingency plans for their workout departments in the event of another downturn, writes SG Credit Partners' Charlie Perer.
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Are there systemic and valuation risks in the private credit market? VRC's John Czapla investigates.

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