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Temporary protections will aim to curb rising bankruptcies of individuals and businesses that have been hit by coronavirus disruption.
David Rosenberg
The former chief economist at Merrill Lynch has been bearish on the economy for a while. A perfect storm of volatility suggests he’s called it right.
An opportunity may be opening up for distressed debt investors, though they need to tread carefully.
Debt funds could provide a countercyclical source of credit during the crisis, but there are concerns about the impact of cov-lite.
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It will be a big opportunity, but when? David Turner gets the views of strategic advisors on what to do when a downturn is anticipated but not visible
Tens of thousands of SMEs already required emergency relief, and the government has announced a 12-fold increase in the budget.
The Swiss banking group’s foray into Asia-Pacific reflects how strategic partnerships have become more common among private credit boutiques across the region.
Amid a major downturn in fundraising activity, distressed debt funds are bucking the trend, indicating that investors see difficult times ahead.
The vehicle will aim to generate strong risk-adjusted returns regardless of broader market conditions.
The real estate debt platform is the latest addition to CPDQ’s India private credit allocation.

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