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Inflation and high valuations are among the factors making investors a little more uncomfortable than normal about private credit’s prospects.
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Plentiful liquidity and a low default rate are generating optimism for leveraged loans, but aggressive leverage may yet cause concern.
Europe has seen an explosion of loans encouraging better borrower behaviour in relation to ESG issues. We look at some of the key developments so far.
Private debt has been coming under closer scrutiny in numerous respects. The methodology used to value investments is likely to be the next preoccupation for investors.
ESG and sustainability are now being worked into deal documentation, but it may take a while before the asset class is seen to be truly making a difference.
Key portfolio construction priorities come to light in conversation with a Canadian investor.
A Moody’s report has set tongues wagging regarding the risks or otherwise of private credit. We consider the arguments.
Investors have concerns over what is happening in the broadly syndicated loan space. The private debt market must learn the lessons.
Active management is crucial in times of market volatility and has allowed collateralised loan obligations to keep flourishing.
It’s been a highly active period for many in the private debt market. As we kickstart our awards process, we look forward to receiving your highlights.

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