What is Private Debt ? Why should an investor consider investing in Private Debt ?
Private debt refers to the provision of non-publicly traded debt finance to consumers and businesses. Examples of debt finance include consumer loans (unsecured including credit cards or personal loans and secured such as car leases), business loans (secured including invoice financing, or supply chain finance and unsecured working capital loans) and residential or commercial property mortgages.
Private debt can offer a real return profile, a steady income stream, low volatility, a level of capital stability; and portfolio diversification. This may be attractive to investors.
It is important to note that like all investments, investing in the Manning Private Debt Fund (Fund) involves a level of risk. Investors should, before deciding to invest, read the Fund Information Memorandum and consider seeking independent advice.