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Stimulating dealflow is not straightforward, but fund managers have an opportunity waiting to be exploited in climate finance.
In 2023, leading private credit GPs will include environmental, social and governance as a core part of due diligence, both from a credit risk perspective and to ensure no unforeseen regulatory or reputational risks arise during the life of a loan, writes Tamara Close.
The UK’s protection of biodiversity is ranked near the bottom of league tables. But simple debt investments could make a huge difference, says Heal Rewilding's Jan Stannard.
As LPs continue to focus on ESG, there are signs GPs are getting better at meeting their demands.
There’s a growing realisation that private debt fund managers have a crucial role to play in ensuring better environmental, social and governance outcomes.
With energy security top of mind, the opportunity set for private credit in green energy generation across Europe has moved up the agenda for both funds and their investors.
The manager announces first two such loans, and will offer pricing benefits to borrowers who achieve targets.
Global Nature Positive Alignment Index also being developed as African leaders call for commitment of 1% of GDP for biodiversity restoration.
T30 Capital and Blueprint Capital Advisors want to expand their current pipeline of loans from $750m to $2.5bn.

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