Asset and Wealth Management

[Webinar] Private Debt: Exploring an Expanding Investment Class


Private debt is one of the largest alternative asset classes globally but is still at an early stage of development in Asia. This asset class offers an attractive risk/return profile with low volatility and high cash income, as well as diversification versus public fixed income and equities. The current market with high interest rates, elevated inflation and risk on equity and property make it a compelling investment.


1. Background to private debt as alternative asset class
2. Market dynamics
3. Product characteristics
4. Opportunity for borrowers and investors
5. Risk/return profile

Who should attend

The webinar is primarily targeted at wealth managers, asset managers, private bankers, insurance and family office practitioners, regulators, as well as high net worth investors.

Speaker/Course Instructor

Peter James SZEKELY
Peter is a founding member of TCP and sits on the Board, Investment Committee and Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee. He is responsible for the business management and investment activities across TCP’s regional footprint.

Peter brings 25+ years of debt market experience. Peter has experience in both private and public debt markets, having previously led Morgan Stanley’s Asia-Pacific leveraged finance team, as well as Standard Chartered’s global high yield bond business. He previously worked at Credit Suisse, where he focused on high yield bond origination, before setting up the Hong Kong Leveraged Finance business.

Peter started his career at JPMorgan in New York. He was most recently head of funds coverage for ANZ. Peter holds a BA in Economics and Chinese from Middlebury College.


Date & Time
Wednesday, 5 Jun 2024 (12:00PM - 1:00PM)
Virtual Platform
Relevant Subject
Type 1 - Dealing in securities
Type 4 - Advising on securities
Type 9 - Asset management
SFC:1.00, PWMA:1.00
All Member: HK$230
Staff of Corporate Member: HK$230
Student Member (UHKSI): HK$110
Chinese Securities Association of Hong Kong (HKCSA): HK$322
Non-Member: HK$460