Debt diversifying

Private debt is becoming more diverse. There are more women in the industry – and in more senior positions – and there is more activity away from the traditional North American hotbed. While the US and Canada continue to lead the way, Europe and Asia-Pacific are catching up. Next is to move from a mindset of getting more women into boardrooms to one of fostering greater cognitive diversity and variety of backgrounds.

Five private debt trends to track

From growing markets to staff diversity, these are things that managers and service providers should keep in mind going forward.

Going public-to-private

Proskauer partner Alexander Griffith explains how navigating the process is different from private acquisitions.

Industry big guns point the way forward in the US

Three high-profile keynote speakers revealed their concerns and expectations for private debt at the PDI New York Forum.

A tour of private debt in Asia

LPs and managers from across the region discuss how the asset class is developing.

More is needed in drive toward gender diversity in private debt investment

A growing number of women are entering the industry, but the co-founder of GLAS Mia Drennan warns there is still a long way to go.
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