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WATCH: Rattner on why credit markets are ‘a bit scary’

The former leader of the Obama administration's auto industry restructuring talks to sister publication PDI about his fears for the economy and credit markets.

Barings, AllianceBernstein look to reach HNWIs

The two asset management behemoths plan to tap an additional investor outlet.

UBS: GPs are better prepared for next downturn

A more diverse market and better quality GPs will make a repeat of 2007 softer, according to senior executives at the bank.

Make no mistake, trouble is in store

When it comes to European leveraged finance, we are storing up problems that will be felt in the future.

Debt special: leveraged finance going strong

The sun is shining on private equity, and private debt is largely to thank. With financing from funds and banks readily available, Alistair Hay of Cavendish asks whether PE has ever had it so good and how these funding solutions can co-exist.

Carlyle CFO: LPs ‘mixed’ on credit lines

Thomas Mayrhofer explains what he considers best practice for the use of credit lines.

On the proliferation of cov-lite loans

Leverage levels are creeping up to 2007 levels, but this time around there’s an added factor – the continued loosening of covenants. Should private equity investors be worried?

The ups and downs of senior debt

Concerns over market conditions are prompting investors to seek relative safety, but there are dangers in following the crowd, writes Private Debt Investor senior editor Andy Thomson.

Three questions on fund finance

Demand for subscription credit lines is now being driven by the needs of separate accounts, say Jeff Johnston and Mike Mascia of the Fund Finance Association.

Ardian on the rise of SMAs

Olivier Decannière, the French secondaries giant's UK head, tells sister title Secondaries Investor why its clients want to move past the 'old story' of private equity.

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