NEW YORK, Oct 22 (LPC) - Investors who have binged on the US
private credit market in the last few years are now turning to
the growing specialty finance space where competition is less
intense and spreads are more attractive.
NEW YORK, Sept 3 (LPC) - Business development companies
(BDCs) are becoming increasingly vocal as they look to push the
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to exempt the industry
from reporting requirements that they argue are curtailing the
liquidity in the market and limiting its potential for growth.
NEW YORK, Aug 29 (LPC) - Private credit funds and business
development companies (BDCs) are positioning their portfolios to
deal with a potential economic downturn, which will be the first
real test for a market that has come of age since 2008’s
NEW YORK, Aug 28 (LPC) - Physician outsourcing
provider Envision Healthcare has seen the value of its US$5.45bn
term loan B sink throughout August as weak earnings and
political uncertainty around the US healthcare sector weigh on
investor appetite, investors and analysts told Refinitiv LPC.
NEW YORK, Aug 15 (LPC) - The private debt market has largely
been immune to the covenant-lite trend, but a recent spike in
so-called covenant-loose lending suggests funds are finding ways
to offer more aggressive terms while sticking to investor
demands to maintain certain restrictions on borrowers.
NEW YORK, July 23 (LPC) - Participants in the business
development company (BDC) sector are pondering whether the
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will push through with
exempting the market from the Acquired Funds Fees Expenses
(AFFE), an arcane rule that many see as the key to restricting
NEW YORK, July 11 (LPC) - The US Securities and Exchange
Commission’s (SEC) fund of funds proposals potentially open the
door to a shakeup in the Business Development Company (BDC)
NEW YORK, June 13 (LPC) - Market expectation that the US
Federal Reserve will cut rates, possibly as early as this year,
has sent investors fleeing the loan market.
NEW YORK, June 3 (LPC) - US direct lenders, grappling with
intense competition in the US middle market, are lowering the
fees they charge to investors and adopting other aggressive
terms as they look to adapt to an intense new lending landscape.