Four from our 2019 roster of the young and successful leaders in private debt share how they've been impacted by the pandemic, what it could mean for the asset class and what those outside the industry should know about it.
The ‘new normal’ in alternative assets extends to recruitment, where some unconventional settings are being used for hiring processes.
There’s just two weeks to go for us to receive recommendations relating to private debt’s youthful trailblazers.
The hires will aim to grow ICG’s presence as a mid-market real estate lender across Europe.
The leaders of some of the most prominent firms have spoken out about discrimination.
Mitch Drucker, formerly of Garrison, has joined as a partner with 'strong relationships in the restructuring community'.
PDI wants to know who you think are the most talented of the up-and-coming generation in private debt – and give them a chance of making our second top 30 list.
The committee recommended redeploying the non-US mandate to Crescent Capital, another manager the system approved for the private credit program.
In the third of our series, we asked three market professionals for their thoughts as coronavirus continues to make its impact felt in the private debt market.
Tom Sumpster’s departure comes after LGIM’s attempts to expand its infra strategy beyond senior debt hit roadblocks.

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