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Backed by the deep pockets of a sovereign wealth fund, the manager is charging into what it sees as two gaps in the market.
Early signs indicate the nascent asset class is proving resilient to the pandemic’s shock, its first big test.
The ‘new normal’ in alternative assets extends to recruitment, where some unconventional settings are being used for hiring processes.
A new report sheds light on the scale of the biggest opportunity for some fund managers since the global financial crisis.
Long dealt a bad hand in documentation, investors may have assumed that the global pandemic would make borrowers less demanding. Their raised hopes could well be dashed.
The leaders of some of the most prominent firms have spoken out about discrimination.
Funds seeking to take advantage of the dislocation opportunity don’t need to have flashy bells and whistles.
It was widely predicted that the market downturn would profoundly alter behaviour in leveraged finance, but then along came EBITDAC as a reminder of the past.
With incumbent firms distracted by portfolio issues, technology platforms and start-ups may force their way into the market.
Why determining appropriate leverage levels is challenging, the current crisis is not quite like the GFC, and direct lenders are preparing for a busy period.

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