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Andrew Hedlund

Andrew Hedlund is the Americas Editor at Private Debt Investor where he reports on the private debt market and coordinates coverage of the asset class. Before joining PDI, he reported on corporate bankruptcies for The Deal and Reorg Research, two financial trade publications. Andrew received a master's degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. He also earned bachelor of arts degrees in from Arizona State University.

Neuberger Berman raises $1bn to make loans to GP firms

Dyal’s new strategy will involve making loans to alternative asset managers regardless of whether the firm holds a stake in the potential borrower.

PDI CFOs 2019: 4 takeaways for GPs about LPs

The PDI CFOs & COOs Forum highlighted high-net-worth individuals getting into the game, side letters, transparency and more.

Apollo converts to C-corp as it passes $300bn AUM mark

The firm is the latest in a string of private market money managers to make the change, citing an expected increase in its share liquidity.

Negotiating a conflict-of-interest minefield

Private equity firms launching debt arms must act very carefully to avoid conflicts of interest.

Negotiating a conflict-of-interest minefield

Private equity firms launching debt arms must act very carefully to avoid conflicts of interest.

Ares’ C-corp conversion starts bearing fruit – exclusive

A single document submitted to the IRS to change the firm’s tax status will have concrete changes for the alternative asset manager, management says.

Ares’ C-corp conversion starts bearing fruit – exclusive

A single document submitted to the IRS to change the firm’s tax status will have concrete changes for the alternative asset manager, management says.

Ares becomes first listed alts manager to convert to a C-corporation

The firm has also set a new dividend policy with the potential for special dividends when performance fee income is particularly elevated.

Succession planning: How to fill the boss’s shoes

Laying the groundwork for a firm’s future involves many of the same factors for both private equity and private debt groups, but credit has nuances of its own to consider.

Succession planning: How to fill the boss’s shoes

Laying the groundwork for a firm’s future involves many of the same factors for both private equity and private debt groups, but credit has nuances of its own to consider.
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