The subprime mortgage asset class returned to the world in 2022, as private lenders dominated the lending space, and to the cancellation of funds. Where do these important financial sectors stand, and how will they manage an uncertain 2023? Join us for a webinar to explore the trends that defined the US leveraged loan and private debt markets in 2022 and what lies ahead in 2023. Click here to register.
Due date: Tuesday, Jan. 24, 10 a.m. ET
- The US leveraged loan asset class was particularly difficult in 2022 as institutional investors’ weakness persisted, credit spreads and yields increased, and leverage strengthened. of supply/demand.
- The growth of private debt and direct loans in 2022 was remarkable, especially in risky LBO transactions. But this elite group faces challenges. Were there any signs of growing concern among private lenders? And where might the opportunities lie in private debt in 2023?
- Overall, there is still a lack of debt, but bad debt at the end of 2022 was at its highest level since the beginning of the pandemic. What can 2023 bring in terms of suffering and problems?
Join us and get answers to your questions about the corporate and private equity market.
- Tim Cross, Managing Director
- Marina Lukatsky, Senior Editor
- Abby Latour, Executive Director
- Rachelle Kakouris, Director, LCD Research