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How legal technology relieves the pain points of high-volume legal work

Some legal work for private debt fund managers is of a routine nature that can be both inefficient and costly when managed by the funds themselves or outsourced to traditional law firms. This has created a gap in the market for specialists to take advantage, explains Brian Korchin, managing director and VP of sales at InCloudCounsel.

Where to ramp up in a slowdown

David Forbes-Nixon, co-founder, chairman and chief executive at Alcentra, and Eric Larsson, co-portfolio manager of the special situations team, discuss energy, retail and other opportunities amid economic strain.
Har Johnson, Alter Domus

Patience and persistence in Asia-Pacific

Johnson Har, head of Hong Kong at Alter Domus, Kevin Williams, head of operations for Asia-Pacific, and Jayesh Peswani, relationship manager for Asia-Pacific, offer their perspective on Asian special situations and how investors can access opportunities onshore and in the broader region.

Why ‘distress’ does not always equal ‘risk’

Kartesia Capital founder Jaime Prieto explains where the future opportunities lie for distressed debt and special situations in Europe

Where the dry powder goes next

Stuart Mathieson, head of Barings’ Global Special Situations Investments Group in London, and Bryan High, co-portfolio manager for the Global Special Situations strategy in the US, discuss the outlook for distressed debt investing.

VIDEO: One-stop financings mean one more option for borrowers, investors

Unitranche loans have affected the financing process, leaving investors an opportunity for a higher-yielding loan, says Twin Brook’s Richard Christensen.

Private credit’s ‘winner-take-all environment’

As more firms entered private credit in the decade post-global financial crisis, a stratification of managers left the top tier with capital aplenty and the brightest talent, says Madison Capital Funding’s senior leadership team.

Headwinds and tailwinds

Jaime Prieto, founding partner of European mid-market debt provider Kartesia, explains how the market has evolved in recent years and why sponsorless deals could yet be a major source of future growth.

A dive into the downside

Andrea Tunick and Dan Green, directors at US mid-market structured finance provider NXT Capital, explain the need for proper due diligence in the late stages of the credit cycle.

Keeping a close eye on downside protection

Randy Schwimmer, a senior managing director with Churchill Asset Management, gives his perspective on downside protection in the evolving mid-market deal space.

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