TCP is pleased to share its latest private credit insights piece.
2022 is expected to be a banner year for private credit. In only the first two months, the year to date has been defined by continued economic and political uncertainty around the world, increasing inflationary pressures and expectations of significant rate hikes, and volatility in historically expensive equity markets.
Private credit is an asset class that should be high on the priority list for managers of long term capital, offering attractive risk adjusted returns, a structural hedge against inflation, and, in the performing segment where TCP invests, low volatility, steady cash returns. Investment opportunities in Asia Pacific private credit are compelling. 2021 was a busy year for capital markets across the region with record levels of M&A activity and in excess of US$50b in M&A financing completed. Deal activity continues to be extremely active year to date.
The TCP team is recognised as a leading private credit manager amongst both borrowers and investors given its deep experience gained from managing risk through numerous credit cycles.
Please see the attached TCP Insights for further thoughts.