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Investors at PDI’s annual London conference voiced appreciation for managers that have been in the trenches and have the battle scars to show it.
Some of the market’s leading lights give their thoughts on the future of the asset class.
White Oak Global Advisors chief executive and co-founder Andre Hakkak suggests investors take a wider perspective and look to businesses seeking financing that are excluded from bank lending.
Angel Island Capital CEO Dev Gopalan and chief strategy officer Lynette Vanderwarker explain how the strategy offers downside protection with the same return profile as corporate credit or direct lending.
The Massachusetts pension fund is making an unstated commitment to a diversified property-type fund and a $60m private debt commitment to a European direct lending, niche lending or distressed debt fund.
The vehicle, which is expected to be on the road slightly more than six months, offers a tiered fee structure allowing LPs that commit by year end to get the lowest charges.
Taking fright at the vicissitudes of the public market and cognisant of the possibility of tougher times ahead, high-net-worth investors are increasing their exposure to private debt.
The fund will focus on assisting 14 Italian companies to restructure and relaunch their businesses.
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From film scripts to life insurance policies to railway carriages, the world of speciality finance is one of the most diverse that investors can face. But it needs specialist knowledge to navigate it, according to Cambridge Associates managing director Tod Trabocco
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