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.
Our survey shows inflationary concerns are starting to bite, but private debt remains the most popular option for those seeking a new strategy.
After seeing a strong recovery form the covid pandemic in 2021, private debt deal volumes may start to tail off as concerns about war and inflation hit markets.
Arena Investors' Dan Zwirn explains how liquidity ‘exacerbates the stress’.
Chris York and Greg Mason of Ares explain the importance of seeking scale in a record fundraising environment.
Mount Street Group’s Ingo Wichelhaus explores the difficulty of determining fair value.
Volatility on the public markets is prompting borrowers to seek private debt solutions, meaning that the size of opportunity is growing.
Having carved out much of the mid-market, some private debt firms have their eyes on more substantial prizes. But do investors have cause for concern?
Those waiting for distressed debt activity to pick up have needed a lot of patience. Are they finally set to be rewarded?
Investors sense an opportunity to pursue more niche and specialised strategies in the distressed debt space. Rob Langston considers how the market is innovating after covid.

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