Private Credit, An All-Weather Asset Class

Private credit can provide investors with diversification benefits due to its low correlation with traditional asset classes. Unlike public markets, it has historically delivered consistent income regardless of market conditions, offering a potentially more stable investment opportunity.
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Are Floating-Rates A Good Thing?

In this uncertain interest rate environment, what can investors make of floating rate loans?
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Sponsor Vs. Non-Sponsor Backed Lending, What You Need to Know

The important differences between sponsor-backed and non-sponsor-backed loans.
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Business Development Company Terms Explained

Demystifying the fees and terms used by Business Development Companies (BDCs).
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Private Credit 101

Private credit, specifically direct lending, is gaining popularity in investor portfolios. With all of this talk about private credit strategies, how about a little refresher?
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The Growth of Private Credit

An explanation behind the rise in popularity of this all-weather asset class.
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Is Bigger Better?

Perception Versus Reality: Despite the claim that bigger companies are safer investments than smaller ones, the data tells us otherwise.
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More Money, More Problems

Nineties hip-hop artist, Notorious B.I.G., may as well have written “Mo Money, Mo Problems” about credit mega-fund capital deployment.
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Covenants: What Are They and Why Do They Matter?

Approximately 90% of loans underwritten today are considered “covenant-lite”(1). Covenant-lite deals expose the lender to increased risks as the lender has limited protections in place to ensure that their loan repayment is fulfilled and prioritized. This is particularly problematic in a rising or high-rate environment.
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