A focus on how the financial sector is changing and the loan products that are being offered to investors.
Loan markets refer to the financial markets where loans are bought and sold between lenders and borrowers.
These markets exist to facilitate the flow of credit between lenders and borrowers, allowing individuals, businesses, and governments to access the funds they need to invest in projects, purchase goods or services, or meet other financial obligations.
Loan markets can take many forms, including traditional bank loans, corporate bonds, government bonds, and other debt securities. In these markets, lenders provide funds to borrowers in exchange for interest payments and the return of the principal at the end of the loan term.