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Twin Brook Managing Partner Trevor Clark
Twin Brook Capital Partners founder and managing partner Trevor Clark discusses key takeaways from working through the pandemic and the state of the market moving forward.
Jens Ernberg and Thomas Hall, co-heads of private credit at Capital Dynamics, discuss opportunities in the often overlooked sector.
After a slowdown following the eruption of the pandemic in early 2020, direct lenders can look forward to a busy year ahead, say Rich Christensen and Grant Haggard, senior partners at Twin Brook Capital Partners.
For all the upheaval caused by the pandemic, some things in the US lower mid-market just stay the same, say Daniel Leger and Gregory Racz of MGG Investment Group.
Private credit has fared well during this crisis, but the real test may come at the back end, say Barings’ head of private assets Eric Lloyd and CFO of Barings BDC Jon Bock.
Investor appetite and borrower demand for specialty finance is growing. But this is a niche market that requires a specialist approach, says Northleaf managing director Michael Morris.
A high-velocity vaccine rollout, $1.9trn stimulus package and a year of pent-up consumerism mean the future is bright for US mid-market direct lending, says Churchill Asset Management’s Randy Schwimmer.
Barings’ heads of North American and European private finance Ian Fowler and Adam Wheeler discuss the trends – as well as the key differences – shaping their respective markets.
While covid-19 has proved challenging, this year offers many opportunities despite the chaos, says Laurent Bouvier, managing partner at Kartesia.
Although many managers have faced considerable challenges, the UK’s private debt industry weathered the challenges of the pandemic and came of age in 2020, argues Spencer Wells, regional director, Alter Domus.

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