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The firm is tapping into the rich deal environment spawned by the pandemic.
Up to now, net asset value-based fund finance facilities have mainly focused on broad, diversified portfolios, but that may be changing.
Low interest rates and policy interventions may translate into a slower but longer distressed cycle than has been seen in past crises. We examine the implications for fund managers and investors.
A survey by GCA Altium has found that 86% of banks and 92% of debt funds say they are able to make new primary commitments.
With travel curtailed for the foreseeable future, relationship-oriented investors are having to adapt.
The global financial crisis saw the largest-ever sell-off of non-performing loans. The covid-related disruption may not be as bountiful for NPL investors, but it will offer select opportunities.
Some subordinated debt investors could face difficult scenarios as the pandemic wears on.
With live music suffering, the focus is on back catalogues. David Conrod of FocusPoint explains how royalties investment is demonstrating its resilience.
Investors are waiting to see whether more investment opportunities will arise amid the covid-related liquidity crisis, reports Adalla Kim
Politics and red tape are preventing bailout funds from reaching the companies that need them most, reports Robin Blumenthal

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