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As we launch the search for private debt’s Rising Stars of 2022, we caught up with some of the previous list to find out how they view the disruptive forces facing private markets
Annual recurring revenue finance has spread from the US to Europe and is gaining in popularity. But can lenders safely migrate away from traditional credit metrics based on EBITDA to embrace up-and-coming technology-based borrowers? Andy Thomson finds out
Volatility in the public markets is playing into the hands of more reliable private markets lenders, according to Carlyle's Taj Sidhu.
With interest rates rising rapidly in both the UK and Eurozone, what will be the impact for debt funds?
Has distressed become a dirty word in the industry? Robin Blumenthal investigates
It’s a type of financing that is becoming increasingly popular but those using it for the first time need to familiarise themselves with structural idiosyncrasies
Opportunity knocks for private debt as the US looks to its landmark infrastructure package, writes Charles Waine
While the world fears a coming recession, lower leverage multiples and higher interest rates bode well for alternative lenders.
Fourth iteration of debt fund focuses on multifamily, office, senior housing and logistics.
Challenging market conditions are putting operational efficiency under the spotlight, and data can be expected to have a major role to play.

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