In a podcast published this week, a leading covenant expert and lender representative insisted private debt has no room for complacency when it comes to fair documentation.
Pressure on rents may persist, but a new dynamic will be positive for debt in the long term, says Forum Investment Group.
A focus on collateral allows asset-based lending to provide something of a safe haven in volatile times. Larry Klaff and Lisa Galeota of First Eagle Alternative Credit consider its merits.
We look at how rapid rates increases completely changed the market in 2023 as part of our series assessing the trends of the year.
The nascent debt restructuring facility has been lauded as a silver bullet for conservation finance in some quarters, but needs to continue its growth if it is to have a material global impact.
When the value of a brand is seen to have eroded, the chances of a company emerging as a going concern are significantly depleted.
Intercreditor agreements are re-emerging in debt financings and can have profound impacts for the investee company. Lowell Citron, Rossie Turman and Geena Caporale of law firm Lowenstein Sandler explore the key aspects.
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Private equity real estate firm LCN says sale-leasebacks and build-to-suit deals offer considerable downside protection for investors.
A recent continuation fund exit by TPG is further evidence that such vehicles can reward investors with the capacity and desire to roll over, or those who opt to back funds investing in these deals.
As the US witnesses an increase in lender infighting, is it a phenomenon likely to spread to the other side of the Atlantic? Michael Jacobs of Boies Schiller Flexner weighs up the prospects.

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