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Industry big guns point the way forward in the US

Three high-profile keynote speakers revealed their concerns and expectations for private debt at the PDI New York Forum.

Apollo’s Zelter: ‘If you’re in credit, you’re paid to worry’

The alternative asset behemoth is well positioned for a downturn as it monitors portfolio liquidity and credit lines, the firm’s co-president said.
Apollo's James Zelter

Apollo, Oaktree top execs warn on regulation and populism

Top executives including Howard Marks and James Zelter expressed concern at last week's PDI Forum about political change and the risk of private equity being ‘squashed’.

Politics, not economics, is the biggest risk for funds

Portfolios are strong, but political uncertainty and originating good deals pose risks for private debt providers.

Join our live podcast at the Germany Forum

Three leading asset class professionals will be giving their insights into key market themes on the opening day of our event in Munich.

PDI Capital Structure Forum: The US view from Europe

PDI dishes out key takeaways from day two of its London conference, from differing regional approaches to club deals to appetite for growth debt.

Capital Structure Forum: Growth lending ‘will become mainstream’

Lending to developing business at high rates of return is set to become a major part of the private debt landscape.

PDI Capital Structure Forum: What separates European from US LPs

Investors from the two regions have different approaches to private credit investing, including how they look at co-investments.

Capital Structure Forum: First-time fund launches set to fall

Rising barriers to entry in direct lending mean the grown of new debt fund managers could be at an end.

Capital Structure Forum: European growth to be driven by bank retrenchment

Continued pressure on banks, the development of the German market and the evolution of large funds were key issues raised.

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