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PDI 50: The movers and shakers

An analysis of the most successful fundraisers over the past five years shows which players are becoming dominant in private debt.

BNP Paribas launches European corporate loans fund

European corporate debt is targeted by BNP Paribas Asset Management as default expectations remain low.

Alcentra seeking $300m for third CLO-focused fund

The Bank of New York Mellon credit group’s debut fund focused on CLO mezzanine debt, while the second targeted CLO equity.

LaSalle closes third mezzanine fund on £804m

LaSalle Investment Management has closed its third mezzanine and whole loan fund on £804 million (€903 million).

Echoes of the crisis

At a recent roundtable, talking points centred around market conditions and preparing for a change in circumstances.

2017 Awards: Time is short to get in touch!

The end of this week will see the end of the first phase of our awards process – you can still play a role.

Amundi targets Italian foods with €150m fund

The French asset manager has launched a debt vehicle targeting cured hams and Parmesan cheese.

Commingled fund, SMAs allow LBC to hit hard-cap on Fund IV

The firm has set a management fee of 1.5% on invested capital along with a 20% carried interest fee over a 7% hurdle rate.

The PDI 50 top five: Looking down on the rest

With private debt fundraising set for a record-breaking year, the time couldn't be better to expand the PDI 30 to 50.

PDI 50: North America dominant but declining

With Lone Star, Apollo and Oaktree among the leading lights, North America accounts for much of the PDI 50 - but funds from elsewhere are growing in influence.