Private Debt Investor | Loan Note: The Growth of ‘Super Senior;’ Covenant Breaches on the Up

Jul 2022

Originally published by Private Debt Investor on July 21, 2022.

Aude Doyen, Managing Director in Lincoln’s Capital Advisory Group, offers a perspective on the reasons why private credit covenant breaches have increased, backed by findings from Lincoln’s European Private Market Insights Webinar.

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  • Aude Doyen, Managing Director in Lincoln’s Capital Advisory Group, shares with Private Debt Investor the reasons why private credit covenant breaches are increasing.

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