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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.
Amidst startup layoffs and drying up deal opportunities in the time of the coronavirus pandemic, venture debt is blossoming.
Unlike 2008, 'you have a situation where revenues have gone to virtually zero overnight'.
As in the last major crisis, non-bank lenders will be expected to displace the banks as a source of finance.
A number of stress scenarios could see significant downgrades of some tranches.
As liquidity issues mount in emerging markets as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, private capital needs to finally start making its mark, says Walid Cherif of BluePeak Private Capital.
Covid-19 and the fallout from a global economic downturn are set to weigh heavily on LPs’ and GPs’ minds in 2020.
In the second of our series, we asked three market professionals for their thoughts as coronavirus begins to make its impact felt in the private debt market.
The covid-19 pandemic represents the first real test of the framework in the private sector. Here’s why.
Two European LPs have already defaulted on capital calls, and more are rumored, as LPs get hit with a one-two punch of large, often early capital calls and drying up distributions.

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