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
Merian Global Investors’ CoCo fund aims to be selective, choosing the highest quality and best value Cocos
India Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s biggest challenge as he starts a second term is boosting economic growth
CoCos, or contingent convertible bonds, are sometimes overlooked and undervalued.
The revised UK corporate governance rules include some radical changes that could help to rebuild public confidence in business.
Recent news coverage of Santander’s “cocos” is bewildering, but nevertheless serves to underline the importance of identifying the strongest issuers.
At first glance, the backdrop for UK small cap investing looks a rather daunting one.
Psychological research suggests that markets are not wholly efficient, but are swayed by behavioural biases.
With the UK poised between different Brexit outcomes, sterling corporate bonds arguably provide both a call option, and a put...