Funds managing infrastructure debt strategies may find success luring ESG-conscious investors this year. David Brooke takes a look at the potential for the asset class.
The junior debt market is getting crowded and anxious about regulation, but reports of its death may be greatly exaggerated.
Asia has been slow to the private debt table, but South Korean investors are leading the way.
It was a record year in 2016 for German mid-cap leveraged buyouts, but debt funds saw their share of the financing fall.
The investment arm of the German insurance giant Talanx has committed to private debt strategies on both sides of the Atlantic. Andreas Asche and Michael Kebbel explain which strategies they favour the most.
Some of the private debt market’s biggest fund managers showed strong fundamentals in Q3 2016.
Alcentra is poised to take advantage of European banks being forced to address bad loan issues and the lending constraints they are under. David Forbes-Nixon and Paul Hatfield discuss the detail.
The year ahead looks set to be one of significant change for private debt. PDI examines what 2017 has in store.
Business development companies are wondering what an administration that appears more familiar with their industry than its predecessors will bring.
Mid-sized funds may grow significantly to exploit continuing strong demand from LPs.
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