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Yet private lenders and advisors say longer-term demand is evident as sponsors look to consolidate businesses and deploy capital in the region.
After initial coronavirus-related fallout, the asset class looks to have rosier days ahead.
With investors queuing for opportunities and asset managers battling for talent, Asia-Pacific private debt is hot right now. Joe McGrath asks what this means for the next part of the region’s growth cycle.
The growing demand for private debt in Asia is prompting regulators to home in on credit funds.
The lightning-quick response to covid-19 by many of the region’s governments could bode well for Asia-Pacific’s burgeoning credit market.
The fundraising is the largest in Indian private credit so far this year.

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