PitchBook LCD Webinar: US private credit and leveraged loan markets, 2022 analysis & 2023 outlook | PitchBook

The high-flying leveraged loan asset class returned to earth in 2022 while private credit providers burst fully onto the lending landscape, stepping into the financing void. Where do these crucial finance segments stand now, and how will each navigate an uncertain 2023? Join us for a webinar examining the trends that defined US leveraged loan and private credit markets in 2022 along with what lies ahead in 2023. Click here to register

When: Tuesday, Jan. 24, 10 a.m. ET

Key topics

  • The US leveraged loan asset class struggled mightily in 2022 as risk-averse institutional investors took pause, sending loan spreads and yields soaring, and pressuring the all-important supply/demand dynamic
  • The growth in private credit and direct lending in 2022 was impressive, especially where riskier LBO deals were concerned. But this high-profile segment faces challenges. Have there been signs of increasing stress at private credit borrowers? And where might opportunities in private credit lie in 2023?
  • Overall, leveraged loan defaults have remained scarce, but distressed debt toward the end of 2022 hit its highest level since the onset of the pandemic. What could 2023 bring in terms of distress and defaults?
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Join us and get your questions about the syndicated and private credit markets answered. 

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Featured Speakers

  • Tim Cross, Managing Editor
  • Marina Lukatsky, Senior Director
  • Abby Latour, Editorial Lead
  • Rachelle Kakouris, Director, LCD Research


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