April 19, 2022

Private Credit expansion is driving huge wage inflation in London

Middle office salaries in London are out of control – the structural credit market shift towards Private markets has exacerbated a market that was already in […]
March 25, 2022

End of LIBOR presents unique end of quarter payments test for corporate lending market 

$2 trillion syndicated loan market faces payment test using new interest calculation methodology at the end of Q1 In 1 weeks’ time the global lending market […]
February 28, 2022

Counterparty exposure: When your LPs call can you afford not to have the answer?

It’s been a terrible day in financial markets, however 3 bank stocks in Europe have fared worst than most: SocGen (-13%), UniCredit (-13%) and RBI in […]
November 16, 2021

Are Green Bonds a COP out? Why loans not bonds are a better format to deliver ESG funding

In this piece I’ll cover why changing the format of ESG lending is a more effective way to deliver on KPIs