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PDI’s private debt prognosticators take a crack at predicting several of the big themes that will be front of mind next year.
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The credit fund secondaries market could be huge. The question is ‘when?’
Talk of how to respond to a downturn was on the agenda at our recent London event, amid scepticism that fund managers were sufficiently well prepared.
Relative to its peers in private equity and other asset classes, private debt is behind the curve on ESG. It is catching up, but with various approaches and motivations.
The relentless march of alternative lenders is being challenged by an old foe that appears newly invigorated.
When Japanese and Korean investors tell GPs to invest resources in their respective countries, those managers should listen.
A growing number of women are entering the industry, but the co-founder of GLAS Mia Drennan warns there is still a long way to go.
MV Credit’s managing partner and head of investor relations Nicole Downer believes industry-wide action is needed to address private debt’s diversity deficit.
Proskauer partner Alexander Griffith explains how navigating the process is different from private acquisitions.
There are signs that a big potential source of dealflow may be starting to develop in the private debt market.
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