News & Analysis

New Energy Capital closes second debt fund on $500m

The firm said every investor from its first North American clean energy credit vehicle participated in the latest fundraising.

MCC merger shareholder vote gets delayed until March

The vote was originally scheduled for 8 February but was moved back because of setbacks caused by the US government shutdown.

Permanent capital: the pathway to new investors

Apollo is in the vanguard of the trend as managers seek to lessen their reliance on drawdown vehicles.

Credit firms want a piece of the fund finance market

Credit shops have traditionally avoided the strategy, but innovative new opportunities are luring them to carve a niche for themselves

Pemberton opens Benelux office

The Amsterdam office will help firms build closer relationships and source deals in the low countries.

Bain BDC gets OK to up borrowing capacity

The firm joins the ranks of other business development companies that have successfully sought approval to do so.

Goldman leveraged finance partner departs

Adam Savarese spent more than six years over two separate stints of employment at the firm.

Carlyle bets big on credit for future growth

The firm’s recent initiatives include the acquisition of aircraft leasing investment firm Apollo Aviation Group and the launch of an opportunistic credit fund, distinct from its distressed debt vehicles.

The world’s 10 largest infra debt managers

As infrastructure debt continues its steady growth, fundraising among the asset class’s most elite firms nears $60bn.

Kreos closes latest growth debt fund on €700m – exclusive

The 20-year-old firm beat the €600m target for its sixth vehicle and says it is seeing strong interest from investors keen to move beyond their core private debt allocations.

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