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The country maintains a double A+ sovereign debt rating amidst a global pandemic, Credit Benchmark says.
A level of repayments is coming that some investors are prepared for and others may not be. Eric Lloyd and Jonathan Bock of Barings discuss what happens when loans repay.
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Staff at the $207.8bn system have said that distressed debt opportunities following the covid crisis could be unprecedented.
The 'custom mandate' has already invested more than 25 percent of its capital and is investing across various distressed strategies.
The fund is one of the largest ever for riskier subordinated debt.
The private markets giant says this is the largest such fund ever, and it will seek to deploy capital opportunistically.
The inaugural Senior Loan Fund doubled its initial target of $1.5bn, and will focus on sponsor-backed companies in the US and Canada.
Whether for better or worse, the asset class is adapting to new realities in the pandemic era.
Recent months have seen high volumes of marketing dedicated to US distressed debt. Joe McGrath looks at whether there is too much money competing for the opportunities.
We sought the views of asset class professionals about the ways in which the crisis is shaping private debt.

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