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Key talking points from our soon-to-be-published roundtable with leading professionals in the US private debt market.
Banks hitting concentration limits and syndicating deals, insurance companies coming in as both buyers and lenders, and even rising interest rates all point to a bigger slice of market for non-banks.
Three partners at the New York-based law firm share their perspectives on what the timing and composition of troubled real estate deals will look like.
The firm’s quarterly momentum index also shows CLO issuance was up $6.3bn in Q1 2022 compared with the same period last year.
Rocket cash money growth launch
Lenders are gaining the upper hand as well as the ability to build a stronger portfolio.
The region enjoyed an unprecedented level of activity last year, but it’s possible capital may now look for other homes.
Risks are mounting and stresses beginning to be seen in the CLO market as companies try to come through the latest crisis unscathed.
Companies are likely to face tough times ahead, but certain trends can still be used to their advantage by fund managers.
Volatile market conditions may usher in another period of fundraising for dislocation funds.
Transaction volume for full year hits all-time high, rising 88% to nearly $809 billion.

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