Tuesday, September 10
In support of Culinary Care
This year Twin Brook will be hosting a corporate cook-off in support of Culinary Care, a local nonprofit helping cancer patients live happier lives through food.
September 24th – 25th
New York Forum
Private Debt Investor
Tim Wentink will be discussing current trends in the Healthcare
sector at Private Debt Investor’s annual New York Forum.
For 15% off registration, use code: PDINY19_TBC
Garrett Ryan discusses covenant packages, building relationships with private equity sponsors, and the benefits of being a lead arranger in the lower mid-market with Private Debt Investor.
In recent years, financial services has become an increasingly popular sector in the middle market. Twin Brook Capital Partners’ Betsy Booth discusses the growth of this industry, current trends, and expectations for the future.
Direct lending in the mid-market has changed over the past five years. As Twin Brook Capital Partners approaches a milestone anniversary, founder and managing partner Trevor Clark discusses the state of the industry and how it has evolved since 2014.
With experienced professional and deep relationships, Twin Brook Capital Partners is more than just a lender.
Twin Brook announces that it has raised over $2.75 billion in equity commitments for AG Direct Lending Fund III, exceeding the Fund’s $2 billion target and making this the Firm’s largest direct lending fund to date.
Twin Brook Capital Partner's Chris Martin and Pete Notter discuss what changes they have seen in the sponsor community and how they manage to differentiate themselves among the competition.
Twin Brook Capital Partners' Faraaz Kamran, Senior Partner, discusses healthcare
What qualifies as the ‘mid-market’ can be vastly different based on who you ask. Tim Healy, a managing director at Twin Brook, offers his definition.
Twin Brook Ranked Second Most Active Lender in Administrative Agent and Lead Arranger Roles and Fourth Overall in PitchBook's Q1 2019 U.S. PE Middle Market Lending League Tables.
Senior Partner Richard Christensen discusses unitranche loans