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Experts from PwC outline why this form of lending is an attractive financing option for mid-market leveraged buyouts.
Attempts to look into the future can conjure up images of a disturbing, even dystopian world, but observers of the private equity market offer a rather more reassuring picture. Technology will be important, but so too will human input
Private equity firms launching debt arms must act very carefully to avoid conflicts of interest.
Are fears of a lack of red flags in deal structures overblown? There’s little doubt what equity providers think, but some lenders believe the same.
Short-term issues will take centre stage as managers wrestle with the newly introduced laws.
US managers navigating changes to interest deductibility rules can turn to their British and German counterparts for advice and, if they’re lucky, hope.
This year we asked whether private equity investors should be worried about the continued loosening of debt covenants.
More than half of the 10 largest leveraged loans at risk of default are held by private equity-backed companies, according to data from Fitch Ratings.
Demand for mid-market leverage included covenant-lite issuance reaching $3.8bn in Q3, almost overtaking the $4bn loaned in 2016.

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