Gaining a foothold in the broader market of private debt can be tough, but by picking the best key personnel for a specific area of the economy, lenders may increase dealflow, says Twin Brook Capital Partners’ Trevor Clark.
Private credit has come a long way in a short space of time. But how are increasing fund sizes, more flexible terms and the prospect of a more difficult economic environment shaping the way managers are approaching the market?
Technology businesses are increasingly offering attractive opportunities to private debt investors with the right experience and specialist knowledge. We speak to Jim Miller, a partner with global alternative asset manager Ares Management.
Francesco Battazzi is the head of diversified debt funds investments at the European Investment Fund, an EU institution focusing on SME finance. He offers his view on the future of private debt in the continent.
Company weaknesses are beginning to be exposed in Europe, so how private debt managers position themselves to take advantage is crucial. PDI discusses key market themes with three senior partners from EQT Credit.