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A Comparative Analysis of Chinese Private Debt

May 13th, 2021 | Filed under: Featured Post, Private Debt, Newly Added

This article was originally published by ShoreVest on April 12, 2021. It is a comparative analysis of the risk/return profile of Chinese private debt. The paper addresses competing private credit products, creditor risks, assumptions about credit protections, the size of the market, the lack of competition, and potential fit within aRead More


Why Lagging Pensions Should Consider Private Debt

Feb 23rd, 2021 | Filed under: State of the Industry, Featured Post, Private Equity, Private Debt, Newly Added

By Zack Ellison, CFA, CAIA and Guy Pinkman, CPPT Watch our recent webcast series co-hosted with the CAIA SoCAL Chapter to hear more from these authors. Watch the replay of Session 1, featuring Guy Pinkman, or register to join Session 2, featuring Zack Ellison, on March 2 at 9:00 amRead More


State of the European Union: Alternative Lending

Apr 25th, 2019 | Filed under: State of the Industry, Featured Post, Private Debt, Newly Added, Hedge Funds

The state of alternative lending and pertinent regulation within the European Union is the topic of a new white paper co-authored by Allen & Overy, the multinational law firm, and the Alternative Credit Council (an affiliate of AIMA). The paper begins with the observation that over the last four yearsRead More


Private Credit Industry: Supply and Demand

Oct 15th, 2017 | Filed under: Featured Post, Private Debt, Newly Added

The Alternative Credit Council, an affiliate of the Alternative Investment Management Association, has put out a paper on the present state of the private credit industry, considering both the demand (from borrowers) for its services and the supply (from investors) of capital to lend. In preparing this paper, the ACCRead More