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Exploring public & private credit in a low (but rising) rate environment

Lauren Ferry
Head of Portfolio Strategists
Randy Schwimmer
Co-Head of Senior Lending
Scott Caraher
Head of Senior Loans
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Credit plays an important role in the search for yield. There are similarities and differences between public and private credit, and both types of investments can be additive to a portfolio. Listen as leading industry experts share the nuances and opportunities these investments present in today’s low (but eventually rising) rate environment.

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Webinar: Exploring public & private credit in a low (but rising) rate environment
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