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Nov
2022
By Loren Asmus, CFA, CAIA
Since the Great Financial Crisis (GFC), the private credit market has grown from approximately $300 billion to over $1.2 trillion in size. In Part III of this blog series, we discuss different private credit sub-asset classes and review their merits and risks. We also examine how private credit fits within a well-diver…

Oct
2022
By Erick Podwill
General Partner (“GP”)-led secondaries in private markets have exploded in popularity over the past few years on the basis of both deal count and aggregate deal volume. This blog post discusses the increase in volume, how continuation funds are typically structured, and commentary on the positive and negative attribute…

Oct
2022
By Poorvi Parekh, CFA
For the third consecutive quarter, both stocks and bonds declined in tandem. The S&P 500 fell 5.3%, the 10-Year Treasury rose 85 basis points, and 2-Year Treasury yields rose 130 bp, resulting in the most inverted yield curve in several decades. The U.S. Dollar appreciated for the fifth straight quarter, increasing 7%.…



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