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Private Credit Update: Maintaining Stable Valuations in Uncertain Markets

We offer our perspective on private credit valuations in the US for Q1 and Q2 2020, as well as the outlook for both valuations and liquidity.

Navigating Capital Structures Through COVID-19: Rescue Finance

Prior to COVID-19, the credit market was riding a prolonged 11-year bull cycle. COVID-19 may have provided a catalyst for a recession.

Q&A with Bill Sacher: The State of Private Credit Investing During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Jeff Diehl and Bill Sacher recently hosted a webinar on the state of private credit markets and opportunities during this period of disruption.

Performance of Private Credit Funds: A First Look

Although private credit funds have grown into a standalone asset class over the last decade, little is known about their aggregate performance.

Q&A with Bill Sacher: Private Credit Considerations for Investors in 2021

Jeffrey Diehl recently moderated a Q&A with Bill Sacher to review how private credit fared in 2020 and discuss the outlook for 2021.

Private Credit 2021 Outlook: A Steady Ship in Choppy Waters

In a climate of increasing uncertainty, institutional investors are trusting private credit to provide high-yield, stable solutions.

Private Credit Update: Resilience and Opportunity When Facing Inflation

Private credit has the long-held reputation of being a relatively steady, resilient investment choice when faced with market uncertainty.

Industrial Sector Perspectives: Finding Opportunity Amid Supply Chain, Labor Uncertainty

Between forced closures, subsequent supply chain disruption, labor shortages and whipsawing demand, many industrial companies were impacted by the ...

Private Credit Demonstrates Resiliency Amid Current Economic Conditions

We expect the floating-rate nature of private credit to make it a compelling financing alternative to public market debt as investors work to dige ...