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Oaktree optimistic about distressed debt

The asset manager ended Q1 with ‘near record’ of $21.8bn in dry powder. 

Denmark wants greater ‘oversight’ of pensions’ alternatives

The government will propose legislation that will see alternative investments made by Danish pension funds ‘done in a proper way’

Walking the line

Whether through subscription lines of credit or preferred equity, general partners are actively increasing their use of corporate finance at the fund level.

Loose talk is dangerous in the world of covenants

With power shifting to sponsors, lenders are finding that winning the deal often means losing control.

ILPA gathers views on credit facilities

The LP body is consulting with members on a range of topical issues as it prepares to refresh its ‘Private Equity Principles’ document.

Emerging markets show increasing appetite for private debt

Private credit is increasing in popularity across all emerging markets, but it is distressed opportunities in emerging Asia that are particularly attracting the interest of investors, an EMPEA report shows.

Goldman CFO: Volcker Rule was never meant to force sales

Goldman Sachs’s fund investments subject to the Volcker Rule stood at $6.5bn at the end of 2016, and the bank is still awaiting approval for its latest extension request.

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