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With covid-19 causing complex disruption to the world of commerce, private equity sponsors, portfolio companies and lenders can work together to deal with financial covenant breaches encountered as a result of operating in such unprecedented times.
The market may have balked, but the firm’s deal to buy its insurance affiliate makes plenty of sense.
Lenders are rethinking due diligence after a private equity manager was arrested on charges that he forged LP commitments.
The senior credit fund, which includes long-term leverage, has exceeded its target.
The strategic opportunities vehicle is targeting investments striving for consistent cash yield.
The ease with which capital could leak out of businesses was symbolic of borrower power in deal negotiations. A more challenging environment has put this in a harsher spotlight.
Allvue’s Ryan Crowell takes a look at a private debt fundraising market that he believes is experiencing a second wind.
Many GPs have had a good crisis so far, but they need to be alive to LP sentiment on the big issues of the day.
The fund manager has raised $1.4bn for its latest fund in the context of the pandemic encouraging banks to consider offsetting risk on their balance sheets.
The target for the European fund has been exceeded, as Ares’ gross fundraising surpasses $40bn and net income more than doubles.

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