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In common with all parts of the world, emerging markets are having to take stock of a major health and economic crisis. But the rationale for non-bank finance is continuing to grow and returns can be attractive. Andy Thomson reports
The deal will enable Rocking Horse to extend loans to SMEs that are looking to access government funds for R&D and innovation.
It’s far from business as usual, including in direct lending, but opportunities may be found in non-traditional areas. Jon Barlow of Finitive identifies some of the key ones
Aircraft leasing has been popular with institutional investors but faces a crisis like no other as the airline industry faces bankruptcy.
Africa faces a huge gap in finance provision, and investors in the region need to take a hands on approach to succeed, according to Gemcorp CEO Atanas Bostandjiev
As the banks have jumped overboard, a large opportunity has opened up for financing in the maritime market. Andreas Povlsen of Breakwater Capital assesses the potential and the challenges
Three professionals with decades of experience have joined the firm from Aergen Aviation Finance.
A recent survey by Private Debt Investor underlined the growing popularity of asset-based lending among investors. But although opportunity exists, John Bakie finds there are also barriers to entry
The firm will focus additional strategies it will roll out on other real assets, similar to its railcar and aviation leasing products.
Aircraft leasing has become a more crowded area as the sector has garnered more attention from larger asset managers.

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