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Private direct lenders finance growth

27th November, 2016

Against a backdrop of more rigorous global bank regulation and worldwide economic volatility, it remains challenging for Irish businesses to access sufficient debt capital to address expansion.

Luke Mooney, director of corporate finance at Duff & Phelps, said: “Having survived the global financial crisis and adjusting to the consequences of Brexit, now more than ever Irish companies require certainty of debt funding when planning for growth. We have deep experience in accessing flexible private debt...

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