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Debt funds and their portfolio companies have grown used to tapping cheap debt facilities, but underperformance amid the covid-19 crisis may see access to finance restricted.
What liquidity options do firms have as they seek to navigate their way through the covid-19 crisis? Patrick Schoennagel of Houlihan Lokey investigates.
What are the key issues facing lenders in the face of global pandemic? Four partners from Ropes & Gray share their thoughts on issues ranging from MAC clauses to covenant defaults.
In recent years, fundraising has piled into the larger private debt funds – creating an elite of capital gathering powerhouses. Catalin Voloseniuc of SEE Credit Partners says its time to consider other options.
With bond and loan issuance having been brought to a crashing halt by the coronavirus crisis, Sabrina Fox says weak covenants will be equated with weak governance.
The deal suggests private credit may be coming of age in Asia as the banks de-risk and shines a spotlight on asset-based lending, says Lachlan Campbell of Equities First Holdings.
China’s real estate markets are betraying liquidity concerns as sales volumes decrease and operations are delayed.
There is light at the end of the tunnel for the private debt market as long as it learns from past crises, argues Gabriella Kindert of Mizuho Europe.
Despite a strong third quarter, a slow market earlier in the year means 2019 transaction numbers remain lower than the previous year's.
With the spread of covid-19 sparking fears of recession, GPs may venture outside their traditional hunting grounds.
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