Deleveraging and newly imposed regulatory restrictions have hindered traditional bank lenders’ activity and restricted the capital available to many segments of the US and global economies. This has created a tremendous opportunity for alternative lenders to step in and fill the void. However, the market for private credit remains highly fragmented and somewhat opaque, complicating optimal entry points for many market participants.
As specialty lenders, hedge funds, BDCs and other private pools of capital have helped re-introduce market liquidity, the potential for attractive risk adjusted returns has driven up demand for private debt exposure from institutional investors. Tune in to our Fourth Annual Private Credit Outlook discussion to stay abreast of innovative and differentiated strategies at the forefront of the private credit market.