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The mid-market proves its worth in a downturn

Mat Linett
Co-Head of Senior Lending
Randy Schwimmer
Co-Head of Senior Lending
Looking up from the ground at tall skyscrapers

In this latest expert Q&A with Private Debt Investor, Churchill’s Mat Linett and Randy Schwimmer discuss how latest financing trends are moving in favor of private debt and answer top questions regarding the general outlook for private debt as an asset class in 2023.

In terms of hot sectors, they highlight engineering services. Consulting companies that provide services to municipalities largely for infrastructure type projects. 

Top questions addressed include:

The private debt story is better than ever. Managers with differentiated sourcing relationships can achieve record volumes when overall deal flow is down.”

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