PRIVATE DEBT

Consultants see continued drive towards ‘alternative’ private debt, including regulatory capital and direct lending strategies

Consultants see continued drive towards ‘alternative’ private debt, including regulatory capital and direct lending strategies

Private debt strategies continue to gain investor traction, as institutional allocators look to increasingly esoteric ‘alternative’ fixed- income- style products, according to interviews with global and boutique investment consultancies conducted by Private Equity Wire.  

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The rise of food tech

The rise of food tech

By Mark Lynch, partner at Oghma Partners – The food industry appears to be going through a revolution in its structure which may turn out to be as far reaching as the shift to factory made processed foods which we saw in the 19th and 20th century, when the likes of John Cadbury and Henri Nestlé set up their businesses in the 1840’s and 1860’s, and the age of industrial food processing was born.

PODCAST

Muzinich & Co’s John Clifford on changes in the private debt market

Muzinich & Co’s John Clifford on changes in the private debt market

In this Private Equity Wire podcast, we catch up with private debt expert John Clifford, co-head of the UK private debt team at Muzinich & Co, to talk about some of the reasons why private debt is currently taking market share away from banks and how the private debt market is evolving, as well as why small companies, that would in the past have been more of a VC target, might now look to private debt instead.