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The $2bn-plus maritime fund making waves. Plus, Kartesia sells a minority stake and the European Leveraged Finance Association singles out private debt. Here's today's brief for our valued subscribers only.
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The manager was originally targeting $1.75bn for its second mezzanine fund, expected to reach a final close as early as end of October.
Our senior editors discuss the findings of our latest surveys looking at how private equity investors and their managers are doing business during the covid-19 crisis.
Debt fund lenders may need to lower their return expectations as banks become reluctant to provide funding lines, warns the real estate manager.
The economic fallout from covid-19 has stoked fears of a liquidity crisis in US commercial property lending.
The real estate arm of the German insurer recently secured its first third-party fund investor for its vehicle focusing on the strategy.
The deal, should it go through, would allow the French asset manager to expand into infrastructure and increase its presence in North America.
Amidst startup layoffs and drying up deal opportunities in the time of the coronavirus pandemic, venture debt is blossoming.
Nairobi-based EquaLife Group is seeking $20m for a permanent capital vehicle aimed to help businesses affected by the crisis.

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