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Not all private credit is created equal: what to consider in an uncertain environment

Randy Schwimmer
Vice Chairman, Investor Solutions
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Private credit continues to take market share in debt capital markets, though questions over its durability persist. In the current market environment, media and some research outlets are raising concerns about the risks a period of sustained high-interest rates may pose. Are private credit valuations supportable, or will they crash and contaminate the financial system leading to another financial crisis?

Randy Schwimmer, Vice Chairman, Investor Solutions at Churchill, deep dives into why not all private credit is created equal and, in the face of economic uncertainty, a disciplined approach to selecting borrowers is necessary to provide value to investors.

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