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Debt fund managers and banks became more positive on their outlook for lending in April as the German government pilots its way out of lockdown.
While the overall outlook for 2020 is negative, there are sharp variations depending on manager strategy.
Our interactive report reveals fundraising has ground to a halt as covid-19 takes its toll on economic activity around the world.
The coronavirus crisis has helped push fundraising even lower in 2020 after several years of decline.
Despite the crisis, alternative lenders are keen to secure more business including in senior lending and acquisition finance.
Flag of Germany
Despite the virus outbreak, banks and debt funds in Germany anticipate strong new business opportunities in 2020.
Despite a strong third quarter, a slow market earlier in the year means 2019 transaction numbers remain lower than the previous year's.
Industry pay is high across the board but qualifying for carried interest can make a significant difference to annual remuneration.
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