With bond and loan issuance having been brought to a crashing halt by the coronavirus crisis, Sabrina Fox says weak covenants will be equated with weak governance.
Are private asset classes better positioned to weather the crisis? Our senior editorial teams covering PE, private debt, infrastructure, real estate and secondaries provide insight.
The deal suggests private credit may be coming of age in Asia as the banks de-risk and shines a spotlight on asset-based lending, says Lachlan Campbell of Equities First Holdings.
The asset class has some reasons for optimism as it begins to map a way through the covid-19 crisis.
Despite a strong third quarter, a slow market earlier in the year means 2019 transaction numbers remain lower than the previous year's.
Currency shocks have created opportunities in markets investors prefer to avoid. Do they need to revisit their assumptions?
We continue a conversation begun last week with reflections on why the private debt secondaries market may struggle to establish itself.
Private debt is behind other alternative asset classes when it comes to secondary activity and opinions differ as to when it’s worth taking seriously.
Offshore wind park at daybreak.
The investment in a 5GW UK renewables portfolio is a first of its kind for MIDIS and it “definitely sees this as the first of more to come”, Tom van Rijsewijk tells Infrastructure Investor.
The restricted payments covenant has changed unrecognisably as borrowers seek more room for manoeuvre in a downturn.
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