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The use of private debt is higher in Europe than in other regions of the world but what does this mean for Australian Super fund investors?
In this week’s episode Patrick Marshall, Head of Private Debt and CLOs at Federated Hermes, shares his insights on the rewards and risks Australian Institutional investors should be alert to when thinking about investing in European Private Debt. He answers key questions such as why is loan origination so critical? And why is experience in restructuring so important? He also provides his thoughts on how private debt fared in the face of the Covid-19 crisis.
Playtime: 0 hour,25 min