Taking advantage of distressed sellers to enhance yield
There has been a rush to offer investors daily liquidity in asset classes, such as private debt, that simply aren't liquid. Bob Sahota from Revolution Asset Management says that this liquidity mismatch has been tested during the recent market dislocation and is forcing distressed sellers to offload high quality loans at discounted prices. For Revolution Asset Management this is presenting opportunities to earn higher yields without taking additional risk.
In this video he explains how he is turning liquidity into a premium for investors. Tune in via the video player below and access a more detailed article on private debt by clicking here.
Looking to learn more about the role of private debt in a balanced portfolio?
Private debt is becoming increasingly appealing to investors as a viable asset class for a number of reasons. Unlike many assets, this strategy can generate income through market cycles and it can provide diversification away from the publicly listed, big-four Australian banks and broader market movements.
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