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The fund manager, which has offices in London and Dublin, is targeting €2bn for the third vehicle in its core series.
Private debt managers keen to attract insurance capital always need to keep a close eye on regulation, but few are likely to be put off by the demands.
Aided by support schemes, many businesses have been protected from the worst effects of the pandemic. But what happens when this boost comes to an end?
The last year has seen an increasing number of partnerships formed between GPs and insurance firms. There are compelling reasons behind the trend.
Much as renewables are driving sector-focused equity fundraising, the same movement is being seen on the debt side, with digital infra potentially not far behind.
The Los Angeles-based firm’s Europe-focused ACE V is the largest-ever direct lending fund. PDI caught up with European credit co-heads Mike Dennis and Blair Jacobson to find out more.
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The credit behemoth has earmarked $1bn of insurance client capital for its launch into private debt secondaries.
The credit segment attracted $13bn of capital, beating all others, amid the firm’s record results.
The region is attracting stronger interest, but a weak fundraising environment is proving a hindrance to private debt’s progress.
In seeking to build a ‘diversified asset management business’ UK-based manager Permira has rebranded its credit arm as it looks to expand into new geographies and strategies.
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