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The future of Asia-Pacific private debt will be under discussion next week as we mingle with industry leaders at our APAC Forum. There appears to be room for optimism.
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Following the turmoil surrounding the collapse last week of the 800-pound tech lending gorilla, Silicon Valley Bank, we examine some of the collateral damage.
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Claire Madden, managing partner at Connection Capital, identifies five issues that should be top of mind for managers and investors in today’s changed environment.
In our final episode of Private Markets and the end of Cheap Money, we hear from IMCO, Oaktree Capital, BC Partners and more on what investment professionals there keep their eyes on in the era of higher borrowing costs.
The sponsored buyout market has been the increasing focus of direct lending activity in recent years. But as that market comes under pressure, might non-sponsored deals finally thrive?
Having been shaken by market volatility, publicly listed business development companies are confident market conditions are turning in their favour.
PDI reveals the top investors in private debt during 2022 and takes a look at their plans for the year ahead.
A large portion of the world’s assets are tied up in private debt assets, yet these assets are difficult to trade. Christoph Gugelmann of Tradeteq explores the challenges around securitising private debt assets and how emerging technology can widen the pool of investors
Some key strategic considerations are on the minds of limited partners, including the challenge from high yield.
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Marathon Asset Management's Bruce Richards shares his expectations for the 2023-24 credit cycle.

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