PUBLICATION: Rede Private Credit Report

Rede Private Credit Report 2022

We are delighted to publish the inaugural Rede Private Credit Report, identifying key trends within the asset class and examining LP sentiment towards a variety of private credit themes and strategies. The report findings are based on in-depth interviews with 50 leading institutional LPs drawn from a broad variety of investor types across North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific – including many of the leading global investment consultants.

                                                   

Key findings:

  1. IT’S ALL ABOUT THE PEOPLE
    Specialist Private Credit investment teams have fundamentally changed the way LPs allocate to the asset class

  2. THE ‘GREY ZONE’ IS GETTING COLOUR
    Greater sophistication and flexibility amongst LPs is supporting the emergence of a ‘rainbow’ of investment strategies across the full spectrum of risk-return opportunities

  3. SPECIALTY FINANCE IS THE NEW BLACK
    LPs cite Specialty Finance as a key area of interest more frequently than any other category

  4. A NEW DAWN FOR DISTRESSED
    While Private Credit is well-positioned for a downturn, we expect notable winners and losers – with a potential resurgence in demand for distressed strategies

  5. PRIVATE CREDIT MANAGERS BEWARE: THE ESG TRAIN IS LEAVING THE STATION
    Strong ESG policies and practice are becoming mandatory for GPs

  6. THE PRIVATE CREDIT FUNDRAISING MARKET IS BECOMING MORE CREATIVE
    Increasing sophistication within LPs is driving a newfound enthusiasm for first time funds, co-investment and secondary transactions

 

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THE REDE PRIVATE CREDIT REPORT: KEY FINDINGS

Leading Credit LPs discuss the key findings at RedeConnect 2022.

Panelists: 

Abhik Das, Head of Private Debt, Golding Capital Partners
Rick Jain, Global Head of Private Credit, Pantheon Ventures
Leo Fletcher-Smith, Managing Director, Aksia

Moderator: Alastair Baird, Principal and Credit Fundraising Lead, Rede Partners

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