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The regulation blocking a windfall

Canada’s Northleaf is raising an evergreen senior debt vehicle that has attracted the country’s mutual funds, providing a glimpse of what life for US managers could look like if a key rule were rolled back.

OCP Asia refocuses on China funding gap

A decline in 'shadow banking' has led to a reduction in primary lending and a growing funding gap in the People's Republic
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How the EU should seek to level the rules

With Brexit and European elections due to be over in the coming months, legislators will be looking again at Brussels’ regulatory agenda, and private credit managers are urging them to break down barriers. By John Bakie

Medalist Partners acquires CLO business

The alternative asset manager bought a controlling stake in JMPCA, which manages $1.2bn across three CLOs.

Proposed SEC rule would ease 3% cap on BDCs holding stock in other BDCs

The rule also brushes upon the acquired fund fees and expenses disclosure, which some say limits some institutional investors from investing in business development companies.

Private debt plays it safe

European private credit managers are not excessive risk takers according to new research.

Examining the 5 pressures of 2018

We look at the factors that have been straining the market over the past year.

PDI annual awards 2018: Winners revealed!

PDI's annual awards recognise the achievements of the private debt industry’s leading lights in 2018. Find out more.

PDI annual awards 2018: Our Americas winners

Crestline, Golub and Oaktree were all double winners in the Americas section of our annual awards.

PDI annual awards 2018: Our Europe winners

Ares was the only firm to triumph in more than one category as the European spoils were shared evenly around.

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