Bluefox glossary

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Direct Lending

Direct lending is a private debt investment strategy where investors provide loans directly to private companies.

Distressed Credit

Distressed credi means the borrower is having trouble repaying the loan and the lender is at risk of not getting their money back.

Institutional Investors

Institutional investors are large organizations such as pension funds, endowments, and hedge funds, that invest across markets.

Mezzanine Credit

Mezzanine credit is a type of financing that combines features of both debt and equity

Middle Market Company

Middle market companies are businesses that fall between small startups and large, established corporations.

Private Credit

Private credit is a type of investment where individuals or companies lend money to other companies or individuals

Real Estate Debt

Real estate debt is also a popular type of private debt investment that involves lending money for real estate projects.

Secondary Market

Secondary market investments involve buying and selling investments that have already been issued or previously owned

Senior Credit

Senior credit is another type of credit investment that involves loaning money to a private company with the highest priority

Tangible Asset

A tangible asset is an asset where the investor can physically see and touch their investment

Traditional Lenders

Traditional lenders are financial institutions, such as banks or credit unions, that provide money to individuals or businesses.

Venture Credit

Venture credit is a type of private investment aimed at financing early-stage venture companies with high potential for growth

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