In a move that was flagged in January this year, the Los Angeles-based alternative assets manager will add $6bn of assets under management in pan-Asian investment strategies.
Early signs indicate the nascent asset class is proving resilient to the pandemic’s shock, its first big test.
Balance sheet and asset diversification are the keys to operating successfully in any environment, according to Scott Bluestein of Hercules Capital.
There is a near-term discount opportunity in distressed, but investors need to bear in mind that fund managers may be investing over several years. Alex Odysseos of Houlihan Lokey reflects on the significance of this.
Retail icons are being toppled, spelling major trouble for US shopping malls as a cascade of defaults looms.
The credit arm of the European private equity fund manager has teamed with Mount Logan Capital to take over assets including the Resource Credit Income Fund.
The deal could be one of the largest unitranche transactions ever arranged.
A new report sheds light on the scale of the biggest opportunity for some fund managers since the global financial crisis.
The crude oil storage sector has become a ‘hot commodity’ for some investors as banks cut their sector exposure and traders point to a shortage of storage.
The need to support smaller businesses has increased hugely in the wake of the pandemic. Claire Madden of Connection Capital examines the options, including for mezzanine finance.

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