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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.
The firm, now known as PrivateMarketsCo, is set to sell its A$7bn infrastructure debt arm to Ares Management which attempted a takeover bid for AMP Capital earlier this year.
The latest vehicle is the fourth in the series and is already more than half invested. A fifth fund is expected to be launched in 2022.
The deal will add real estate and infrastructure debt to Sienna’s growing alternative assets platform.
The fund surpassed its original target, and topped the previous record holder, a Goldman Sachs mezzanine fund, which raised $13bn in 2008.
The $757bn alternative assets manager was a first mover in what is now becoming a crowded market.
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The firm expects to more than double capital raised from the private wealth channel in the near term, said co-chief executive Scott Nuttall on the third-quarter earnings call.
We reflect on some of the key talking points from our Debt Week in early October in London and Munich, writes Andy Thomson.
Following a turbulent year, investor appetite is back with firms looking to tap into niche and innovative sectors.
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Perpetual assets under management increased 70% year over year to nearly $200bn across 16 unique vehicles, president Jonathan Gray shared on Thursday's earnings call.

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