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Looser debt covenants could allow an increasing number of rated Chinese property companies to take out even more debt, says a Moody's report.
Lenders are shifting towards stable assets amid coronavirus-led disruptions.
The latest of its direct lending fund series, launched late last year, aims at an increasing opportunity in the small and mid-sized end of the market in Asia-Pacific.
The insurance giant has promoted a member of its global credit investment team to lead its $10bn push into alternatives, Private Equity International has learned.
The chief investment officer at the South Korean pension says the covid-19 outbreak is making it hard to execute a planned alternatives ramp-up.
The two organisations will coordinate on a variety of capital markets financing activities across Asian leveraged finance markets following the deal.
The vehicle has held a first close on $200m and is now in the deployment phase.
Outline of India
Moves by two Canadian pensions have helped pique interest, but India’s bankruptcy code still has its critics. Adalla Kim reports
Large-cap investors saw lower returns on capital over a 10-year period. But for direct lenders, this has not necessarily been the case.
China’s real estate markets are betraying liquidity concerns as sales volumes decrease and operations are delayed.

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