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More managers are moving away from traditional closed-end funds in favour of more open-end solutions
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Ares is among fund managers targeting this booming area in the alternative lending space
Investors made the mistake of pulling back in the downturns of 2001 and 2008 and want to avoid that now.
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Getting a fairness or valuation opinion on a private equity GP-led secondaries transaction is a straightforward, albeit costly task. In credit secondaries, however, the rule change creates a cumbersome burden.
Private credit has received plenty of acclaim as a well-positioned asset class for the times, but investors are not entirely void of concerns.
Fundraising may have slowed, but US private debt still looks resilient.
The German market is branching out from unitranche to other types of financing, as well as seeing innovations in documentation, write Thomas Weitkamp, Rainer Adlhart and Anna-Maria Kuckerz of Latham & Watkins

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