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Diverse Board
The new group brings together a number of existing teams focused on private debt and alternative lending.
Private credit has grown significantly since the last market crisis. There are those who think it now poses a wider threat to financial stability.
Fund managers are celebrating their good fortune when it comes to new transactions, while also fearing what might lie ahead for their existing portfolios.
A personnel puzzle
Executive search firms Jensen Partners and Norgay Partners see a growth in available talent in US credit. But is the talent too abundant for the demand?
The specialty finance outfit, backed by Arena Investors, will have the “flexibility to consider” second-lien and subordinated investments.
No-one should expect a sudden 2008-style surge in non-performing loans, but economic headwinds are expected to eventually translate to a promising opportunity set.
A person staring at a blackboard with images of money bags.
The pros and cons of in-house versus outsourced capital raising was debated at PEI's Investor Relations forum.
Second vintage of distressed and dislocated credit fund also beats its target.
Handshake real estate deal
The security advantage of hard assets is likely to come to the fore amid market volatility, writes Arrow Global's Mark Posniak.
Impact dollars
Private impact credit strategies in emerging markets are ‘resilient, uncorrelated to the broader market’, amid the fundraising squeeze, Blue Earth head of credit Amy Wang says.

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