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Demonstrating ESG purpose, policies, processes and accountability is no longer just a positive, it’s a must-have, say Arrow Global’s Monique O’Keefe and Davide Stecchi.
Investors need to start preparing for a future where they can no longer count on Fed support, say MGG Investment Group’s Daniel Leger and Gregory Racz.
Covid highlighted the value of a special situations credit strategy built on experience and flexibility, say Cross Ocean Partners’ Graham Goldsmith and Steve Zander.
Covid-19 proved the value of a nimble special situations strategy, with the ability to pivot from primary to secondary opportunities. Bridgepoint Credit’s Stephen Escudier believes the same skillset will be critical to success in 2022.
Controlling spiralling costs and securing energy independence have joined the quest for net zero at the heart of the energy transition, says Schroders’ global head of infrastructure in private assets, Chantale Pelletier.
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Market dynamics suggest a growing need for flexible capital, so providers must be ready to move fast, argue Maxime Laurent-Bellue and Jean Odendall of Tikehau Capital.
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Helping banks create efficiencies by acquiring their performing and non-performing loans generates good returns in all markets, says Paul Burdell, co-founder and chief executive at LCM Partners.
As the private debt secondaries market expands on the back of a fast-growing primary market, the number of dedicated secondaries funds is set to increase rapidly, says Paul Buckley of FIRSTavenue.
As a range of institutional investors and GPs start using the secondary market to manage portfolios, further growth is on the horizon, say Rakesh ‘Rick’ Jain and Toni Vainio of Pantheon.
Tailored arrangements for insurance companies are among the many complexities facing fund administrators today. Greg Myers and Laurent Fudvoye of Alter Domus explore some of the key trends in a changing market.

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