From dry powder to disruptive technologies, our panel of industry experts share their thoughts on the issues that will shape the future of private debt.
Private credit is not only a large and growing asset class, but encompasses new asset types, formats and investment vehicles, offering LPs a greater range of investment opportunities, writes Jeff Davis, a partner at placement agent Eaton Partners.
Multi-strategy credit portfolios are becoming a popular, and more liquid, alternative for investors unwilling to lock up capital for years at a time. Alcentra’s Global CIO Paul Hatfield spoke to PDI about these products.
As private debt matures we find an asset class that is in rude health, but this growth has not come without potential pitfalls. President Philip Robson and CIO Theresa Shutt from Integrated Asset Management give their outlook.
More managers are going further down the capital structure in the search for yield. Does the strategy have broader appeal or will it remain a niche play?
Data regulation and cloud computing are two major trends that will impact private debt funds in the coming years. Dermot Caden, senior director at Virtus, explains the key developments.
The internet is unlocking new and disruptive ways for debt investors to access untapped areas. We explore what UK marketplace lenders can offer.
Growing demand for European private debt is creating new opportunities for managers, but effective deployment requires flexibility. Barry Fowler, managing director, alternative income solutions, at Aviva Investors, talks to PDI about the region’s emerging trends.
The only constant is change and private debt is no exception. We look at the factors that will shape the future of the asset class.