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October 17, 2019
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ACG - London

At the most recent breakfast, which took place on 15th October, 2019, Pricoa Private Capital’s Donald Campbell discussed how lenders are becoming more specialised and standing out in an increasingly crowded field, the question of whether different segments of the market are under-served, and how this new array of lenders will react if, as anticipated, we enter a more challenging part of the economic cycle.

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