The growing size and complexity of the private debt market requires ever more responsive administrative systems to meet investors’ and regulators’ demands, say Maximilien Dambax and Tom Gandolfo of Alter Domus
Whether it is high leverage levels or covenant-lite loans, there are plenty of issues weighing on fund managers’ minds, say Kevin Griffin, CEO and CIO, and Greg Racz, president, of MGG Investment Group
Direct lending in the mid-market has changed over the past five years. As Twin Brook Capital Partners approaches a milestone anniversary, founder and managing partner Trevor Clark discusses the state of the industry and how it has evolved since 2014
Software and technology is one of the most promising growth sectors in the US direct lending market, with a shift to cloud computing helping support an attractive opportunity set, says Brent Humphries, president of AB Private Credit Investors
Financial institutions have changed a lot since the crisis. Paul Burdell of LCM Partners reflects on the impact of ongoing regulatory implementation and what it means for those in Europe’s non-performing loan market.
The mid-market continues to attract private debt investors as the Federal Reserve cuts interest rates. Could this provide more juice to the economy and fuel a red-hot deal market, or are we nearing the end of the credit cycle?