Following Ocorian’s study that finds private debt investors doubt their ability to handle defaults in a post-pandemic turndown, they are hosting a webinar – Debt in distress: how can private capital practitioners adapt to the challenges ahead?
In the months ahead, many corporates will need to address their viability, seek refinancing and revaluate their operating models, whilst investors revise their investment strategies to capitalise on opportunities. But any investment strategy is only as good as its execution.
In response to this need for clarity, Ocorian are bringing together a panel of senior figures from the capital markets to provide practical advice for investment managers as they seek to optimise their investment strategies and build a competitive advantage in the debt space.
- As fiscal support schemes are withdrawn, what is the outlook for turnaround, restructuring and insolvency activity?
- With direct lending now the most popular private debt strategy in both Europe and the US, how can funds execute an effective direct lending strategy in such a competitive market?
- Our recent survey of capital markets practitioners revealed a clear trend towards outsourcing more business functions. So how can outsource providers optimise investment strategies?
- Chris Skinner – Partner, Head of UK Debt and Capital Advisory, Deloitte
- Paul Simcock, Partner, Alston & Bird
- Sally Gilding – Senior Consultant and Non-Executive Director, Ocorian (moderator)
Register here for this upcoming webinar from Ocorian on June 9th from 3pm to 4pm.