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Economic recovery has seen inflationary concerns return for the first time in more than a decade, meaning managers must prepare for future risks. But opinion is divided, with some believing deflation is a bigger long-term concern. By John Bakie and Robin Blumenthal
The benchmark that has underpinned vast numbers of financial instruments globally is coming to an end. But there is a lively debate around what will replace it, and how suitable that replacement will be in the event of a crisis. Robin Blumenthal reports
Over the last year, numerous strategic relationships have been formed as US and European GPs look to expand into each other’s territory. We explore what is driving these tie-ups along with the practical challenges faced.
The relationship between private debt and insurance continues to evolve, with some high-profile partnerships having been formed over the past year – but tight regulation forces participants to tread carefully.
Big state-owned funds, once viewed as ‘deep pocketed, dumb money’, are making their mark in private credit.
In Europe and North America, lenders can only dream of the tight documentation available in Asia-Pacific. We examine a divide which, in some ways, the pandemic has accentuated.
The market may have balked, but the firm’s deal to buy its insurance affiliate makes plenty of sense.
Technology, innovation and the rise of the millennials are transforming commercial real estate. We explore opportunity and threats amid a global pandemic.
Revealing the process we undertook to decide what qualifies for inclusion.
The coronavirus crisis may not be as bountiful for Europe’s NPL investors as the GFC, but it will offer select opportunities.

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