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Performance issues are emerging within private debt portfolios, but plenty of lenders are getting fair warning and not panicking yet.
We are calling for submissions for 48 categories in this year’s awards. To help us compile our shortlists, we want to hear your highlights from a challenging year.
Direct lending has enjoyed years of tailwinds – now it must confront the headwinds.
Borrowers have held the balance of power for some time when it comes to deal negotiations. There are signs that their grip is being loosened, if only a little.
New research suggests there is a real estate refinancing debt funding shortfall ahead. But the problem is unlikely to be as severe as in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.
For better or worse fundraising will have to be conducted with less of a human touch.
Politics and red tape are keeping bailout funds from reaching the companies that need it most.
Amid the turmoil caused by the pandemic, technology and life science firms are seeing strong growth – and lenders are taking advantage.
We sought the views of asset class professionals about the ways in which the crisis is shaping private debt.
Payment holidays and government-backed loans are creating an enormous debt burden.

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