Feb 23, 2023

Project Finance Lending to Private Credit?

Anyone have insights as to the potential exit opps for PF Lending?

As I understand, the credit process we undergo would be very similar to Private Credit but our understanding of the products involved may be limited.

Would this gap in knowledge be a defining factor? Keen to hear thoughts and experiences.

 
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What's the major difference between PC and Direct Lending? Range of products? Would be keen to understand and learn on the side to prep for interviews.

 

Thanks for the comment - did you tend more towards the lending or advisory side of PF?

 

Not that easy tbh, I have been there, probably more difficult if coming from a energy /renewables bakcground. The way to look at the company is very different between PF and an LBO. But you will have strong modelling and docs skills.

 

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