Portfolio Scenarios that Call for Private Credit

We’re seeing Private Credit gain traction as an alternative. What are some of the conditions that call for adding this strategy? Mike Dowdall, CIO of Alternative Fund Advisors, lays out the situations he sees most often in just three minutes. Watch:


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