An article by Philip Georgiadis on announces, “Private Debt Funds to Become a ‘Permanent’ Feature in Europe.” A new report by Moody’s spurred the coverage.

“Private debt funds are set to become a “permanent” feature of the European capital market, as asset managers and private equity firms step in to fill the gap left by a decrease in bank lending, according to ratings agency Moody’s,” writes Georgiadis.

We are seeing the same trend in the U.S. particularly in the Pacific Northwest.

As Moody’s Vice President Soo Shin-Kobberstad explains about the recent report, “We believe that greater use of private debt funds will lead to more widespread acceptance of their role in financing, and such lending will likely become a permanent feature of debt capital markets.”

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