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Watch the Webinar on “The increasing role of private market assets in institutional investors’ portfolios"13th December 2021
Webinar Tilburg Institute for Private Debt (TiPD) at December 2. 2021; guests are Tim Jenkinson, University of Oxford, and Pascal Böni, Tilburg University. Moderated by Marco Da Rin, Tilburg University
Watch the Webinar organized by the CFA Society Netherlands | vba on “Private Debt: Bridging Academic Evidence and Investment Opportunities"12th October 2021
Webinar Tilburg Institute for Private Debt (TiPD); guests include Pascal Böni (TiPD), Jerome Neyroud (Schroders Capital) and Natalie Howard (Schroders Capital), 23rd September 2021
Watch the TiPD-Webinar on “The Role of Private Debt for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)"08th June 2021
Webinar Tilburg Institute for Private Debt (TiPD); guest is Jürgen Rigterink (First Vice President of EBRD), May 19, 2021
Paper Pascal Böni accepted for publication in Risk Management23rd April 2021
The paper of Pascal Böni on “Are stock prices driven by expected growth rather than discount rates? Evidence based on the COVID-19 crisis” (a collaboration with Heinz Zimmerman, University of Basel) has been published in Risk Management.
Pascal Böni appointed as Professor of Practice in Finance & Private Debt11th January 2021
Tilburg University has appointed Dr. Pascal Böni as Professor of Practice in Finance & Private Debt, effective January 1, 2021. Böni is the CEO of Remaco, a Swiss advisory and securities firm and member of Nexia International. He is also Associate Professor of Finance at TIAS, the business school of Tilburg University and Eindhoven University of Technology. He will be the managing director of the newly established Tilburg Institute for Private Debt (TiPD), a joint initiative of the Departments of Accounting and Finance at Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM).
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.
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