Digital Summit



With the world still adjusting to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, private companies are likely to need more support than ever, with private debt now established as a key alternative finance asset class.

What does 2021 have in store for global private debt players?

  • So what does 2021 have in store for global private debt players?
  • Where will the opportunities present themselves?
  • What are the regulatory and risk management considerations that one needs to be aware of?
  • Has Covid-19 proven the resilience of the asset class, and if so, will fundraising re-ignite?

These key issues were debated and dissected in detail, during the exclusive two-day PrivateDebtLive Summit on 21-22 April 2021, bringing together some of the leading practitioners across both the fund management and fund servicing space. 

If you missed out on attending the live event, we recorded the panel discussions and presentations for you to enjoy below.

PrivateDebtLIVE Summit - Panel 1: Legal & Regulatory Developments



Jean White, Global Sales Director, SEI

Daniela Klasén-Martin, Group Head of Management Company Services, Managing Director - Luxembourg, Crestbridge

Benedikt Weiser, Partner, Simmons & Simmons LLP (moderator)

Dr. Armin Otterbach, CFO, YielCo Investments AG


PrivateDebtLIVE Summit - Panel 1: Legal & Regulatory Developments
PrivateDebtLIVE Summit - Panel 2: Valuation & Reporting
PrivateDebtLIVE Summit - Panel 3: Portfolio & Risk Management
PrivateDebtLIVE Summit - Panel 4: Assessing the macro landscape
PrivateDebtLIVE Summit - Presentation: The 2020 market dislocation one year on, and a look to what is ahead
PrivateDebtLIVE Summit - Panel 5: Value creation in the middle market and lower middle market
PrivateDebtLIVE Summit - Panel 6: Private debt secondary market growth

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