mallowstreet University Dinner: What are Investors Missing in Private Credit?
With increased competition and significant capital attracted to private credit, how is it possible to find unique value, while avoiding the pitfalls associated with hot markets?
The private credit market continues to attract more investors and increased allocations. The value proposition of private credit remains sound compared to public fixed income choices and many other asset classes. However, the market is evolving, and investors must consider what segments of private credit will deliver value in the future. Middle market direct lending has delivered meaningful performance and diversification benefits to investors, but even this differentiated private credit segment deserves a closer look to better understand key aspects that may impact the level of success expected for investors. By focusing on less competitive portions of the market, unique loan origination, intentional portfolio construction and a transparent underwriting process geared to capital preservation, we believe attractive returns can be realised no matter the impending market or economic conditions.
This evening session is accredited for CPD points by the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) and is exclusively for pension fund decision makers and their advisers.
Guest Arrival and Welcome Drinks
Seated for Dinner
Service beings followed by Presentation and Discussion