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Five charts from Haynes Boone’s first-ever fund finance report.
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Marketplace company Bridge launched in the UK and Europe this past fall.
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The promoted attorneys are based in the law firm’s Charlotte and London offices.
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Firm publishes a draft methodology with weights on LP base and managers.
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Fund finance specialist adds a partner and an investor relations director.
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Large regional bank will share further details of the deal on its third-quarter earnings call.
A myriad factors are resulting in shorter maturities for sub lines, though borrowers can pay up for longer ones.
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Lenders favor big GPs in Q2, leading to pricier credit for mid-size sponsors.
The former titan of fund finance’s portfolio includes loans that will need steep haircuts. And that’s not the only challenge.
With banks constrained by market uncertainty, sub lines are taking longer to negotiate.

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