Why Invest In Private Debt?

Investors have the discretion of deploying their capital into any asset class. The typical choices with comparative metrics are outlined the table below:

 
Asset Class
Metric
Direct
Property
Shares
Gov’t
Bonds
Cash
at Bank
Private
Lending
Stamp Duty
4-5% No No No No
Liquidity
No Yes No No No
Land Tax
Yes No No No No
Statutory Costs
Yes No No No No
Maintenance
 Yes No No No No
Estate Agent Fees
 Yes Yes No No No
Volatile
Yes Yes No No No
Capital Gain
Yes Varies No No No

There are advantages and disadvantages to all investment asset classes. Some of these are outlined below:

Disclaimer

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