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France’s trust structure has proved its potential for risk mitigation in the higher risk-return part of the credit spectrum, and its potential for more vanilla or investment-grade financing is becoming clear. Benjamin Raillard of Solutions Fiducie explains
As liquidity issues mount in emerging markets as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, private capital needs to finally start making its mark, says Walid Cherif of BluePeak Private Capital.
Increasingly borrower-friendly terms are a result of high liquidity and competition among private debt funds. But are players taking on risker propositions? Proskauer partners Alex Griffith and Faisal Ramzan share insight.
There is not sufficient reward for investments that benefit society, argues Ignacio Diez Torca of Trea Direct Lending, who says it’s time for government tax breaks.
What liquidity options do firms have as they seek to navigate their way through the covid-19 crisis? Patrick Schoennagel of Houlihan Lokey investigates.
In recent years, fundraising has piled into the larger private debt funds – creating an elite of capital gathering powerhouses. Catalin Voloseniuc of SEE Credit Partners says its time to consider other options.
The deal suggests private credit may be coming of age in Asia as the banks de-risk and shines a spotlight on asset-based lending, says Lachlan Campbell of Equities First Holdings.
Private securitisations could be a new way for investors to access SME finance assets and bolster the real economy, according to Zenzic Partners' Robert Ainscow and Viktor Petkov
There is light at the end of the tunnel for the private debt market as long as it learns from past crises, argues Gabriella Kindert of Mizuho Europe.

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