Karen Simeone and Jamie Athanasoulas, two experts in credit investing working at HarbourVest, are optimistic about the future of credit investing.
The past year has thrown this investing strategy a lot of curves, as they note, and 2021 may throw it more. “I certainly hope 2021 is not as curvy as 2020 has been,” said Simeone, a managing director of venture capital and private equity at HarbourVest in Boston. She is confident that the type of credit investing practiced at HarbourVest will continue to prove resilient.
Let’s back up four years, to a time . . .
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