A confluence of market events are fueling growth in the demand for NAV and hybrid facilities, write Leon Stephenson and Bronwen Jones from law firm Reed Smith.
The issuance of a collateralized fund obligation would be a breakthrough for struggling GPs and institutional investors alike.
The new head of Canada and LatAm investor relations joins as the NAV market continues to boom.
The loans represent small portions of activity for the GP-led vehicles, but they can be used for certain funding and buyer needs.
The seized bank’s holding company may become the rope in a tug-of-war.
The fund of funds platform, which includes commitments to venture funds as well as private credit, continues to operate.
The bank’s fall also highlights and potentially exacerbates a large and growing supply gap in subscription credit lines.
Insurance companies are stepping in to fill a supply gap in fund finance, and one of the insurance worlds’ first movers in the market is looking to expand its fingerprint.
Ratings could broaden investor base, and may open the door to a future capital markets solution for the fund instruments.
NAV finance has come a long way in just the last few years. 17 Capital executives Robert de Corainville and Greg Hardiman explain the dynamics of the market in 2022 and how they suggest explosive growth in the years to come.