Best Practices in Private Credit (Fourth of a Series)

Understanding the connection between business and structural risks is one of the keys to successful credit investing. “Good company, bad balance sheet” is how opportunistic credit managers describe troubled but attractive situations in which to invest. It’s helpful to examine these transactions for clues as to how the borrower got a bad balance sheet to begin with.

Occupying a competitive landscape, direct lenders are always balancing deployment demands with maintaining credit standards that minimize portfolio losses…

(Any “forward-looking” information may include, among other things, projections, forecasts, estimates of market returns, and proposed or expected portfolio composition Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Investing involves risk; principal loss is possible.)

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