S&P Global Market Intelligence | COVID-Era Private Credit Trends

Aug 2020

A rash of covenant violations due to government-mandated shutdowns has forced lenders to reevaluate portfolio companies and rewrite covenants. As a result, new trends have taken shape in private credit during the pandemic era…

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  • Ron Kahn, Managing Director and Co-head of Lincoln's Debt Advisory and Valuations & Opinion Groups, and Christine Tiseo, Managing Director and Co-head of Lincoln's Debt Advisory Group, discuss with S&P Global Market Intelligence the trends that have emerged in private credit as a result of COVID-19 and the changes in recent months regarding lender activity.

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