The opportunity for investors to experience the private markets has increased with the availability of individual investor fund structures like the interval fund. With this structure, investors can now access a segment of the market that has not previously been widely available to them, private credit. In simple terms, private credit refers to investment in originated loans to businesses that cannot or do not want to access public markets for their capital needs, as well as investments in various debt instruments on the secondary market. There are multiple strategies within private credit that provide various risk, return and liquidity opportunities.