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A rapid recovery in fundraising sees private debt funds experience their second biggest year ever.
Fundraising levels have recovered but are being driven by a smaller number of very large vehicles.
Fundraising in H1 2021 is down on 2020 levels, showing the effect of the pandemic on fund managers.
Debt funds are growing in size as fewer managers are able to secure the lion's share of capital, according to the latest PDI Fundraising Report.
PDI Fundraising Report 2020
Fundraising dipped in 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic hit fund managers and investors.
The pandemic has not entirely dented the fundraising ambitions of private debt managers. View our fully interactive Q1-Q3 report here.
Check out our latest Fundraising Report which takes a look at the key trends in H1.
Our interactive report reveals fundraising has ground to a halt as covid-19 takes its toll on economic activity around the world.
Overall fundraising took a tumble in 2019 but it was a strong year for vehicles targeting distressed debt.
Check out our latest downloadable fundraising report to find out the latest trends in global private debt funds. Third-quarter figures suggest capital raised is on course to match 2018.

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