Moody’s has named the 17 top candidates amongst retail names to file bankruptcy in 2019. The BDC Reporter analyzes how BDC lenders might fare if the worst comes to pass.
After reading the transcript of Golub Capital’s Conference Call which discussed its higher leverage plan, we’ve returned to the drawing board/word processor and updated our earlier numbers and conclusions.
Golub Capital – amidst a flurry of major changes – adopts the higher leverage allowed by the Small Business Credit Availability Act. We estimate what the pro-forma numbers will look like and discuss liquidity and risk management.
Golub Capital receives a much-requested letter from the SEC which will assist in keeping borrowing costs low. Also, an opportunity for the BDC Reporter to discuss little understood funding risks.
Golub Capital continues to rework its borrowings. The BDC Reporter provides an update and discusses the broader picture of BDC liability management – and what that might mean for shareholder risk and return – in a new age.
Another good week for the BDC Sector and most of its constituents, as the rally marches on. We discuss myriad metrics and look at the length of the runway.
A Wild Week for both the markets and the BDC Sector. Maybe we reached a turning point in BDC history with the new looser leverage rules. Many asset managers think so and some analysts but the BDC Reporter has doubts.
Up, down and all around the BDC Sector moves in this past week. However, the Ides of March still point mostly to Down, as we illustrate.
BDC common stocks step away from the precipice, but only a couple of steps…