Stable, long-term returns: Three reasons to invest in private credit

'Private credit has emerged as an attractive opportunity for investors'

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Albane Poulin explains why any investor seeking stable, long-term returns should consider investing in private credit in 2024...

Against a volatile and uncertain economic backdrop, investors are seeking investment funds that offer stability, consistent returns, and portfolio diversification. While interest rate cuts are expected in 2024, the current high inflationary environment and stronger labour market indicate that the path ahead is not as straightforward as it seems. As a result, private credit has emerged as an attractive opportunity for investors seeking attractive risk-adjusted returns while navigating a complex financial landscape. Here are three reasons why advisers looking for stable, long-term retur...

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