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In a time when supply has been unable to meet demand, lenders have been kept on their toes finding innovative ways to oil the wheels of the economy. Bob Dean and Charles Sharf of White Oak Commercial Finance explore some key trends.
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Plentiful liquidity and a low default rate are generating optimism for leveraged loans, but aggressive leverage may yet cause concern.
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The passive minority position is expected to represent a further step towards institutionalisation while not affecting day-to-day activities.
Demand for capital in the wake of the covid crisis has led to record deal volumes for private debt funds. We take a look at what's driving that trend.
ESG and sustainability are now being worked into deal documentation, but it may take a while before the asset class is seen to be truly making a difference.
Strong demand for alternative lending and significant capital reserves contributed to the highest deal numbers seen so far.
A Moody’s report has set tongues wagging regarding the risks or otherwise of private credit. We consider the arguments.
Investors have concerns over what is happening in the broadly syndicated loan space. The private debt market must learn the lessons.
The fund surpassed its original target, and topped the previous record holder, a Goldman Sachs mezzanine fund, which raised $13bn in 2008.

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