Members joined our panelists as they discuss various aspects of the robust, growing and dynamic private credit loan market, including the following:

  • The rise of private credit
  • How private credit compares to “traditional” bank-led leveraged deals
  • How well-equipped private credit is to handle a market pull-back
  • ESG, loans as securities and other public policy and regulatory considerations

EVENT DETAILS

Wednesday, June 8, 2022
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MODERATOR

  • Elizabeth Tabas Carson – Partner, Global Finance, Sidley Austin LLP

PANELISTS

  • Meredith Coffey – EVP Research and Co-Head – Public Policy, LSTA
  • Elliot Ganz – General Counsel and Co-Head – Public Policy, LSTA
  • Salman Mukhtar – Managing Director, Investment Committee Chair and Execution Head, Barings
  • Jessica Nels – Managing Director, Head of Capital Markets, Churchill Asset Management
  • Jake Pollack – Managing Director, Credit Trading, Head of Financing and Non-Flow Credit, JPMorgan Chase
  • Brian Stewart – Managing Director, Credit Funds, Fortress Investment Group

Sidley Austin LLP is an accredited MCLE provider in IL, NY and CA.

CLE credit is pending for this program.

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