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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Bain's Pagliuca Remains Bullish on Private Credit published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
Steve Pagliuca, senior adviser at Bain Capital, says the private credit market will continue to grow "dramatically" despite the fallout over the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank. "It does not change my view," he says on Bloomberg Television. "I'm still bullish on private credit."
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