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PDI Fundraising Report 2020
Fundraising dipped in 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic hit fund managers and investors.
The pandemic has taken its toll on fundraising, but the largest managers appear to be benefiting.
While 2020 has been a challenging year for many managers, a huge majority are bullish about the future of the asset class.
Yet private lenders and advisors say longer-term demand is evident as sponsors look to consolidate businesses and deploy capital in the region.
The pandemic has not entirely dented the fundraising ambitions of private debt managers. View our fully interactive Q1-Q3 report here.
The low mortgage repayment rate in Japan has slowed the deleveraging pace of certain RMBS deals.
A survey by GCA Altium has found that 86% of banks and 92% of debt funds say they are able to make new primary commitments.
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Lenders in Germany are positive about the final quarter of the year and are securing better terms with their borrowers.
The latest research outlines some of the key attributes of the private lending markets in Asia.
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The coronavirus crisis kept banks away from the LBO market in Q2 but alternative lenders remained open for business.

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