Luxembourg’s private debt industry expands

by Matthias Plötz 28 November 2023

Private debt funds domiciled in Luxembourg have grown their AUM by 51% during the past year, according to the findings of KPMG’s Private Debt Fund Survey 2023. The survey was commissioned by the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI).

“We’re seeing private debt hit new levels of mainstream acceptance compared to traditional bank lending, impacting how borrowers access and negotiate debt packages,” commented Julien Bieber, partner for tax, alternative investments and co-head of private debt at KPMG Luxembourg.

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