Unlocking investment potential: Why private lending resonates with businesses

Kanchan Jain, Head of BPEA Credit Group, discusses private credit and highlights how it appeals to borrowers due to its tailored and structured solutions

Kanchan discusses private credit, which is a general term for nonbank lending to businesses. Private credit has significantly increased during the 2008–2009 Global Financial Crisis. It is a phenomenon that is more common in the United States and the United Kingdom, but it is also an asset class that is expanding in emerging nations.

Additionally, Kanchan highlights how private credit appeals to borrowers due to its tailored, structured solutions, longer maturities, increased flexibility, and simplicity of use. Due to its appealing risk-adjusted returns, private lending is also popular among investors.

Real-world production and consumption patterns have changed significantly as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic, with repercussions on the credit markets.


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