Private credit gaining momentum 

Predicting private credit will become a much more important part of investors’ portfolios and an asset class in its own right has been easy. Who wouldn’t want higher yields with low volatility? And as the oldest boomers’ approach 80 years of age, many are turning their backs on the stock market’s volatility, preferring regular income and total returns that, in some cases, have beaten the stock market. 

Momentum is building, and the Australian Financial Review recently added to the discussion in an illuminating article entitled Why private credit is redefining fixed income.  

Writing for the Australian Financial Review, James Weir notes the growing importance of private credit, describing it as a sector that’s rapidly redefining the landscape of fixed-income investments.  

I would argue private credit could become an asset class in its own right. 

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