Private credit in the spotlight: Thriving amid economic challenges

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At a time when public markets remain unpredictable and investors hunt for high risk-adjusted returns, private credit has emerged as a compelling alternative asset class across regions. As a result, the global market for private credit has boomed, growing to about $1.4 trillion by the beginning of 2023 and expected to soar to $2.3 trillion by 2027, shows research. The opportunities are vast, as are the challenges. In this webinar, we will delve into the world of private debt, its growth and evolution, how it stacks up against bank lending, its future potential amid fundraising challenges, as well as the risks it could pose to the broader system. We will explore: - Growth, trends and key markets - Strategies within private credit investments - Tailwinds and hurdles - Credit risk, particularly with direct lending - Outlook Speakers: -Daniel Sinclair, Partner, Ares Credit Group -Eric Capp, Partner, Head of Origination & Co-Head of Direct Lending, Pemberton Asset Management -Thomas Merceica, Private Equity Segment Lead, Desktop & Channel, S&P Global Market Intelligence -Sidiq Dawuda, Head of Market Development, EMEA, Credit & Risk Solutions, S&P Global Market Intelligence -Rashmi Kumar: Moderator Why participate? -Expert insights: Gain valuable insights and perspectives from industry experts who possess in-depth knowledge, data and experience in the private credit market -Comprehensive coverage: Covering a wide range of crucial topics including the rise of private credit and the challenges it could pose, choosing the right private credit funds, the growing importance of this market and its future potential
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