DLA Piper's Max Mayer: Private credit is coming of age

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Private credit is coming of age. Investors, drawn to the potential for higher returns compared to traditional fixed income are continuing their flocking to the asset class.

Borrowers are also embracing private credit as an alternative means to raise capital compared to traditional bank financing – its flexibility, user-friendliness, and different deployment approach also continue to be seen as beneficial. This influx, or maybe continuation, of private credit activity has ushered in a new generation of talent into private credit, bringing fresh perspectives and innovative approaches to the market. Private Markets Summit: How the industry is embracing 'remarkable' innovation and tackling wealth manager pain points While a sector driven by plentiful capi...

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