Private Debt: The Rise of an Asset Class

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Private Debt: The Rise of an Asset Class

September 2018

By Alan Flanagan, Robert Wagstaff

The growth of the private debt market has been nothing short of phenomenal over the last decade as it matches the needs of yield-seeking institutional investors and companies looking for capital to grow.

 

With traditional lenders cutting back their financing following the financial crisis, credit funds invested in the private debt markets have filled the vacuum to provide crucial financing to the real economy. In the fifth issue of The Race for Assets series, we investigate the drivers and investor demands.

Meeting the Need for Private Debt Transparency

Sonal Patel and Alan Flanagan explain BNY Mellon’s role in helping achieve better private debt transparency in institutional investors' portfolios.

The Appeal of Credit Funds to Private Debt Investors

Sonal Patel and Alan Flanagan explain BNY Mellon’s role in helping achieve better private debt transparency in institutional investors' portfolios.

Alan Flanagan

Managing Director, Global Head of Alternatives

Robert Wagstaff

Corporate Trust Market Head for Australia

Learn more by visiting The Race for Assets series page.

 

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