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Not all pension funds are completely sold on private credit

Several funds have scaled back their allocation to the asset class, but signs show that overall investor appetite is strong.

Brexit has not destroyed prospects for private debt funds targeting the UK

Political uncertainty has failed to put a dent in Europe's largest private debt market, but this could change the longer Brexit goes unresolved.
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Dividend recapitalisations are back on the rise

With fears of a financial downturn in 2019 on the back burner, the strategy of adding additional leverage is trending upward.

Debt funds push into emerging markets

Emerging markets-focused debt funds have grown significantly in the past decade.

Asia covenant quality weakens due to China factors

Chinese property developers now have more flexibility in cash spending, debt and investment carve-outs

Golub reports strong growth metrics for its mid-market index

The portfolio of 150 companies reported year-on-year earnings growth of 9.5% and revenue growth of 9.3% for the first two months of the year.

How Europe’s deal volumes stack up

European private debt deal volumes have more than doubled in just six years.

Who are private debt’s rising stars?

Everyone knows the Bennett Goodmans and David Golubs of private debt, but who is leading the next generation? For the first time, we identify the asset class’s emerging leaders from the ranks of the young and already successful.
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How does an Oaktree-Brookfield entity stack up?

Sister title PEI's interactive charts paint a picture of how the two would marry together.

Women underrepresented in private debt

Private debt managers are overwhelmingly founded by all-male teams.
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