Private Debt Investor | Loan Note: Defaults Still Loom in Consumer Sector; CIP Preps Renewables Debt Offering

Sep 2021

Originally published by Private Debt Investor on September 23, 2021. 

Richard Olson, Managing Director at Lincoln’s Valuations and Opinions Group discusses with Private Debt investor on consumer sector performance over the last quarter and overall trading conditions.

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  • Richard Olson, Managing Director at Lincoln's Valuations and Opinions Group discusses trading conditions and overall performance of the consumer sector in the UK and Europe region with Private Debt Investor.

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