09 Mar

Private debt: Working the room for opportunities

The private debt proposition has always been predicated on filling the gap created by banks withdrawing from traditional lending. This may become even more pertinent in a challenging economic environment, but credit investors are also increasingly selective and mindful of downside protection and jurisdictional risk. An influx of sub-strategies – offered by specialists and multi-asset managers – means LPs have more access points than ever before. Our panellists share their views on how to navigate the market.

  • Which strategies are best placed to take advantage of current conditions?
  • What impact does a downturn have on structuring downside protection?
  • Are special situations and distress opportunities emerging in greater number?
  • What are the pros and cons of Australasia as an investment destination?
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  • Speakers keyboard_arrow_down
    Tony Moussa Partner Debt Advisory KPMG Bio
    Matthew Turner Managing Director & Head of Australian Senior Debt ICG Bio
    Fred Chung Partner & Head of Credit Underwriting, Private Credit ADAMS STREET PARTNERS Bio
    David Wilson Partner and Co-Head of Credit 17CAPITAL Bio
    Peter Graf Managing Director & Head of Direct Lending AU/NZ ARES MANAGEMENT Bio
    Kelly Morton Founder SKYE CAPITAL ADVISORY Bio