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With bank appetites having been curtailed, new investors of all stripes are flocking to this recession-resistant segment of the market, say Hadley Peer Marshall and Ian Simes of Brookfield Infrastructure.
A defensive portfolio will thrive whatever the wider economy has in store, says Paul Johnson, partner at EQT Credit
The European private debt market is becoming increasingly established and mainstream. So, what shape will this more mature market take and what are the trends to watch over the medium term?
As the private credit markets continue to expand in Europe, William Nicoll, M&G Investments’ head of institutional fixed income, says investors will do well to remember opportunities that exist beyond direct lending
Ireland’s new Investment Limited Partnerships (Amendment) Bill 2019 should appeal to both investors and managers, says SANNE’s James Kay-Hards
Institutional investors in favour of sponsor-backed, syndicated deals have typically overlooked the lower end of the private debt universe, but the European Investment Fund’s Marco Natoli and Francesco Battazzi believe that will change
Adam Wheeler, co-head of Barings’ global private finance group, discusses the importance of discipline and risk management in today’s late-cycle environment
Philip Robson and Theresa Shutt of Fiera Private Debt argue that in today’s market rigour and focus matter all the more
Intact credit fundamentals allow for outsized returns while ensuring principal preservation, says Tree Line Capital Partners’ founder and managing partner Jon Schroeder
Evergreen funds are gaining popularity with global investors, says Northleaf Capital Partners’ David Ross

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