Podcasts

NAV finance steps into the mainstream

Over the last decade, net asset value finance has grown into a $100bn mainstream market, which is forecast to grow to some $700bn by 2030. In this podcast, 17Capital’s Dane Graham discusses why he thinks this is only the beginning of its growth trajectory.

Why private debt fundraising saw a seven-year low

In the latest episode of the Private Debt Investor Podcast, Darius Craton of Raymond James explains why 2023 was such a difficult capital-raising environment, but why 2024 looks more promising.

AIFMD II: Why it threatens funds’ strategic freedom

In the latest episode of the Private Debt Investor Podcast, the Alternative Credit Council’s Jiří Król examines the implications of European regulators’ definition of loan origination funds.

LP Perspectives 2024: A ‘brightening of the mood’

In the latest episode of the Private Debt Investor Podcast, Decalia’s Reji Vettasseri examines some of the key findings from our annual study of investor attitudes toward the asset class.

Apollo’s Akila Grewal on the firm’s strategic evolution

In the final episode of our Decade of Private Debt podcast miniseries, the partner in client and product solutions at Apollo discusses the progression of her firm’s private debt business, as well as her personal growth within the industry.

ELFA’s Sabrina Fox on the tussles that have shaped deal agreements

In the fifth episode of our Decade of Private Debt miniseries, the European Leveraged Finance Association CEO reflects on the highs and lows of borrower/lender deal negotiations in the industry.

Pemberton’s Symon Drake-Brockman on the building of a pan-European GP

In the fourth episode of our Decade of Private Debt podcast miniseries, Drake-Brockman discusses how the industry has evolved and recounts the process of shaping Pemberton into the firm it is today.

Kartesia’s Julien Rigon on how LP pressure has shaped ESG

In the third episode of our Decade of Private Debt podcast miniseries, Rigon reflects on the past 10 years from an ESG perspective and looks at how the industry might evolve considering today’s sustainability agenda.

LCM’s Paul Burdell on finding gaps in the private credit market

In the second episode of our Decade of Private Debt podcast miniseries, Burdell discusses the evolution of private debt and banking oversight over the past 10 years, the impact of regulations, as well as LCM’s unique position in the industry.
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