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INFRASTRUKTUR, PRIVATE DEBT UND SECONDARIES

INFRASTRUKTUR, PRIVATE DEBT UND SECONDARIES

Echtes Multi Asset-Management als Antwort auf hohe Unwägbarkeiten. Die Kapitalmärkte sind im weiteren Jahresverlauf einer Reihe von Unsicherheiten ausgesetzt. Eine agile Anlagestrategie und ein breit diversifiziertes Portfolio mit aktivem Risikomanagement sind der Schlüssel zum Erfolg, sagt Wolfgang Baums, Bereichsvorstand und Head of Investment Office der FERI AG.

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Private Credit Growth Has Significantly Reduced the Financial System’s Leverage

Private Credit Growth Has Significantly Reduced the Financial System’s Leverage

While non-traditional, private credit carries the same investment risk as public credit. In both cases, investors only accept the possibility of borrowers missing contractual principal and interest payments. Public and private lenders just differ in the magnitude of credit risk they underwrite and the liquidity profiles of their loans—i.e. the ability to sell them easily […]

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Wealthy Families Fuel $20bn Private Equity Buyout Wave

Wealthy Families Fuel $20bn Private Equity Buyout Wave

Thoma Bravo is reaching out to private credit lenders as it looks to secure approximately $3.5bn in new financing for its automated professional services provider, ConnectWise, according to a report by Bloomberg. The report cites unnamed sources familiar with the matter as confirming that the financing will be used to refinance existing debt and fund […]

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Hamilton Lane closes sixth secondaries fund at $5.6bn

Private credit funds can capitalise on real estate market challenges

Challenges in the beleaguered commercial real estate market could present an opportunity for private credit funds. Borrowers have been struggling in a higher interest rate environment, while particular parts of the market such as office space have suffered due to changing working habits post-pandemic. Traditional banks have reined in their lending, which has created “a […]

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Hidden values: Special report on private market valuations

Hidden values: Special report on private market valuations

Is the private credit sector overvalued? As regulators circle, Kathryn Gaw reports on the hidden side of private market valuations… Depending on who you ask, the private credit sector is worth between $1.7tn (£1.34tn) and $40tn. These figures are based on the assumed cumulative values of all private credit funds – values which have been […]

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