Private credit is being sought—with the goals of income and capital preservation—to achieve real capital growth and drive portfolio returns among retail and institutional clients alike.
The terms private credit and private debt are often used interchangeably to describe direct origination credit strategies. But, the business is also known by another name: non-bank lending.
We believe private credit is an attractive investment with greater market coverage and a timely opportunity to benefit from the scarcity of fresh capital.
3 principles to focus on when weighing risk in a bond portfolio.
December offered credit investors a taste of what a real cyclical downturn might look like in a post-GFC (global financial crisis) world. Unsurprisingly, most did not enjoy the flavor.
We believe that warning signs are starting to creep into the corporate lending market—and that the ramifications could be problematic for credit investors.
The debate between active and passive management in fixed-income continues. We take a look at both sides of the coin for investors.