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In the magazine: How BDCs are being hit by a covid wrecking ball; Why lending in China may be safer than you think; Loan documents face their biggest test yet; Plus much more.
In common with all parts of the world, emerging markets are having to take stock of a major health and economic crisis. But the rationale for non-bank finance is continuing to grow and returns can be attractive. Andy Thomson reports
It’s far from business as usual, including in direct lending, but opportunities may be found in non-traditional areas. Jon Barlow of Finitive identifies some of the key ones
Many investors have come to private debt from fixed income and are conservative on risk/return. We examine those with bold takes on portfolio construction. Royal Mail is at the forefront.
A raft of new lenders, including those using the latest digital technologies, have launched into the market in recent years. How will their models stand up to more challenging circumstances? David Turner investigates
The chickens will come home to roost for larger loans, according to Antonella Napolitano of Deerpath Capital, as evidence of loose investment discipline begins to surface
The country has been hit extremely hard by the pandemic, but those on the ground can see beyond current woes to a bright future for alternative lenders, says Claire Coe Smith
In the magazine: The investors with bold takes on portfolio construction; the latest on how covid-19 is affecting the market; a 12-page fund services special; and much more.
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In the latest magazine: The emergence of covid-19; why sponsors are extracting the cash; and much more.
Covid-19 is wreaking its havoc across the world in quite spectacular style. So, amid the growing turmoil, how will the mid-market lending space stand up?

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