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PDI Seoul Forum: Europe’s legal progress encourages Asian LPs

Laws within the continental mainland have caught up with the more creditor-friendly regimes in the US and UK, a development that could comfort LPs committing to European direct lending.

VIDEO: How to achieve ‘less blood in wartime’

Turnaround specialist Richard Thomson insists it is possible to achieve 'amazing outcomes' from 'scary' deals if you get your priorities right, in this two-minute video.

WATCH: ‘One to two years’ before distressed cycle – Lasry

A benign economy won't last forever, with high leverage and rising interest rates meaning that the cracks are already appearing. PDI caught up with Avenue Capital's Marc Lasry in this three-minute video.

Shadow banking in India stirs concerns

Recent defaults have deepened concern over mismatched asset-liability durations in non-banking lending.

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.

Sears files for bankruptcy, TSLX a creditor in the case

The retailer's revenue declined by more than 50 percent in the last five years.

Distressed debt activity rises 16% in 2018

The US and Asia are experiencing a wave of large distressed debt and restructuring deals.

CIFC expands product suite to include distressed debt

The New York-based alternative lender is looking to position itself to take advantage of the next downturn, according to the firm’s leader.

HPS to acquire distressed debt firm

The New York-based credit manager will bring on at least three investment professionals.

Louisiana pension commits to third GoldenTree distressed fund

The New York-based asset manager is seeking up to $800m more for its latest vehicle than its predecessor.

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