Private Credit: Upwards and Onwards, Is the Rising Trend Sustainable?
There is no stopping private credit growth in near future, but investors must think long term and preparing for a market downturn is the key to successful portfolio performance in 2023. Private credit is expected to continuing growing – and almost double by 2027 – but with rising interest rates, a recession threat looming and regulatory concerns, investors might consider focusing on less volatile sectors to create stabilized returns, the ones that are less sensitive to interest rates and inflation. The Private Credit Forum aims to focus on finding the sectors and strategies for long-term growth as private credit returns remain attractive.
Masha (Maria) Skuratovskaya, Principal Fixed Income PM, Alaska Permanent Fund
George Zhu, Manager, Fixed Income, Alberta Investment Management Corp
Jeff Mindlin, Chief Investment Officer, Arizona State University
Hiren Patel, Head of Investments, Bright Health
Leighton Shantz, Senior Managing Director, Fixed Income and Private Debt, Employees Retirement System of Texas
Panayiotis Lambropoulos, CFA, CAIA, FRM, Portfolio Manager – Hedge Funds, Employees Retirement System of Texas
Steve Xia, Senior Managing Director, Head of Quantitative Research & Analytics, Guardian Life
Joe Rumph, Manager, Absolute Return and Fixed Income, MacArthur Foundation
Mike Fang, Senior Portfolio Manager - Private Credit, Maryland State Retirement Agency
Dan Quigley, Senior Investment Manager - Fixed Income & Credit, Michigan Department of Treasury
Adam Kobor, Managing Director of Investments, New York University
Aaron Diefenthaler, Chief Investment Officer & Treasurer, RLI Corp.
Scottie Bevill, Senior Investment Officer - Global Income Strategies, Teachers' Retirement System of the State of Illinois
Robert Thompson, Senior Portfolio Manager – Credit, UPS
Matt Meads, Director - Public & Private Debt, Hershey Trust Company
Keith Bareman, Investment Officer - Credit Strategies, Indiana University Health
Taylor Janke, Senior Investment Analyst - Public and Private Debt, NYSNA Pension Plan
Participation is strictly limited to qualified executives; Once registered, a member of the Institutional Investor team will be in touch to confirm attendance. Due to capacity restraints, all registrations will be accepted on a first come first serve basis.
Already in Chicago? Join Institutional Investor for the Redefining Fixed Income Forum on May 23-24, prior to the Private Credit Forum. Register your interest at the link below.
For asset managers interested in participating, please contact:
Senior Executive Director
For asset allocators looking for further information, please contact:
Executive Director, Investor Relations