TiPD - Tilburg Institute for Private Debt
The Tilburg Institute for Private Debt provides an open platform to promote research, education and networking, in the field of private debt.
About Tilburg Institute for Private Debt
Private Debt is a fast growing asset class. Fundraising has exceeded USD 100 billion for the past years, outpacing both private equity and closed-end real estate fund growth. Its annual returns average around 11 percent and make this new asset class an attractive proposition to more and more investors.
Moreover, private debt funds are filling financing gaps related to mid-market and sponsored corporate financing transactions. Increasingly, such transactions require speed and flexibility but also contract structures avoided by banks. Private debt is thus also progressively used by entrepreneurial companies in the form of venture debt.
Despite its importance in corporate financing and its establishment as a new asset class, research in private debt is very sparse. TiPD aims to close this research gap and provide an open platform to promote research, education and networking, in the important field of private debt.
About Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM)
TiPD is an initiative of the department of accounting and the department of finance at Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM), Tilburg University. Tilburg University ranks #5 worldwide in Business Administration and #12 worldwide in Finance according to the 2019 Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities. In Europe, Tilburg ranks #2 in Finance, in esteemed proximity to the London School of Economics and Political Science (#1), the University of Oxford (#3) and London Business School (#4).
Tilburg Institute for Private Debt (TiPD) organizes scholarly, practically relevant research in the field. We provide grants to researchers on a competitive basis and co-operate with other universities and institutions aiming to advance knowledge in private debt.
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Does Borrowing from the Private Markets Cost More Than Borrowing From The Public Markets?01st September 2020
Nonbank corporate lending climbs to a new record high. Amid the COVID-19 crisis, nonbank corporate lending experienced another spike in growth. In the US, nonbank lending now amounts to almost 50% in relation to GDP, the same ratio for bank lending resting at a stagnating average 11% for decades. The primary source of debt for firms is thus progressively provided outside the banking system.
Do Firms Foresee Proprietary Cost of Mandatory Public Disclosures?23rd June 2020
Research Robin Litjens covered by Duke University blog
Fabio Braggion appointed as Professor of Finance and Financial History07th May 2020
As of April 1, 2020, Professor Fabio Braggion holds the Chair of Finance and Financial History. Braggion works in the Finance department of the Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM) at Tilburg University. Braggion's research focuses on financial history and 'fintech' (new financial technologies).
Conference & Events
In co-operation with various leading institutions from academia, industry leaders and policy makers, TiPD organizes an annual conference, seminars and webinars to foster the exchange of knowledge.
Prof. Pascal Böni, PhDManaging Director TiPD
Professor of Practice in Finance & Private Debt, Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Prof. Philip Joos, PhDAcademic Director TiPD
Full Professor, Department of Accountancy, Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Prof. Marco da Rin, PhDAcademic Director TiPD
Associate Professor, Department of Finance, Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Stay connected with TiPD
Tilburg Institute for Private Debt offers various options to stay connected, be it as an institutional partner, a business member, an academic member or simply by e-mail Alert.