Debt set

by Silvia Saccardi 19 June 2023

Variable interest rates, more control and lower volatility, attractive yields and not to mention the contraction of standard public bank loans, are all factors in the rise of LPs’ appetite for private credit.

Many GPs are launching debt funds for the first time in response to an evolving PE industry, including Ares Management’s launch of its $1.5bn credit fund in April 2023 and Palatine’s launch of its growth credit fund in May 2023, to name but a few.

If you’re also considering setting one up, you are not alone and the competition is fierce.

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