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Impact investor TriLinc hires investment manager adviser Alsis for a credit push into Mexico and Latin America.
What do Republican presidential nominee candidate Donald Trump, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny have in common? Individually not much, but together they highlight a threat to the stability that allows the private debt market to thrive.
The race for top spot remains close in almost every one of our 50-plus categories, with Newcomer of the Year one of the tightest.
There are just two days left to vote for the best private debt managers, advisors and investors of 2015.
Voting closes for the Private Debt Investor Awards 2015 on Friday. Results so far show that there is still everything to play for across three regions, with many nominees in a neck-and-neck race to the finish line.
The pioneering vehicle, backed by local pensions and insurers, is already eyeing five projects from the country’s $25bn 4G roads programme. 
Insurers at the heart of new platforms, which will benefit from credit enhancement and are modelled on a $3bn pilot created for the Chinese central bank.
Significant fund closes in the third quarter drive growth in the year-to-date fundraising tally, which already exceeds the full-year 2014 total.
The capital for the new strategy was raised via the listing of shares on the Mexican Stock Exchange, the second such vehicle for Northgate Capital’s Mexican business.
The Connecticut investment firm’s target for its Gramercy Distressed Opportunities Fund III is over three times larger than the $305 million raised by the predecessor vehicle.  

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