The latest, clear signals from the European Central Bank should provide significant reassurance for coco investors – here’s why.
Rob James, manager of the Merian Financials Contingent Capital Fund and financials analyst at Merian Global Investors considers how lessons...
The Merian Financials Contingent Capital Fund’s preference for well-capitalised, high-reset CoCo bonds has meant that it hasn’t been as exposed...
The UK electorate has rejected hard-line left-wing politics and voted for free market capitalism.
The low-growth, strong-dollar cycle may be nearing an end.
Swings in investor sentiment over much of the last decade show us that there are grounds for optimism as 2019...
Widespread cuts in interest rates may be in prospect, and, despite the rally, selected credits may be still cheap.
While much of the discussion at last weekend’s G20 summit centred upon trade, what are the implications for financial markets?...
Because of their unique characteristics, CoCos offer potential benefits in different rate environments.
A ``CoCo’’ or contingent convertible bond is a newer kind of security issued by banks and insurance companies