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Capturing steady positive returns flows from direct lending opportunities in the Americas
Radio Feature 29: Pablo Marino in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Friday, October 07, 2011

In this feature Pablo Marino, Chief Investment Officer of the Savile Opportunity Fund shares his expertise and insights on their direct lending strategy - structuring deals, return drivers, mitigating risk, valuation issues and access to a robust deal pipeline going forward. The funds annual returns have ranged between 9-12% (with a performance of ~8.21% in 2008).

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Capturing steady positive returns flows from direct lending opportunities in the Americas

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  • Q1 - How does the direct lending strategy deliver returns?

    Duration: 02:29 


  • Q2 - Geographic focus and using a case study that illustrates its effective implementation

    Duration: 03:48 


  • Q3 - How is default risk mitigated?

    Duration: 00:56 


  • Q4 - Duration of loans - the structuring process and recovery amount and period

    Duration: 01:45 


  • Q5 - Your views on the fact that valuation can be an issue.

    Duration: 01:54 


  • Q6 - Return potential

    Duration: 00:48 


  • Q7 - Going forward, how does the deal pipeline look?

    Duration: 01:39 



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