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44th After-Work Lecture: Convertible bonds – the best of both worlds better

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Dr. Martin Kühle


21.03.2019 17:30 - 19:00


Convertible bonds are a niche asset class which seems under-owned by investors. Convertibles are corporate bonds with a built-in option to exchange the bond for equity of the issuer up to maturity. They combine the features of traditional bonds with the potential to participate in the upside of the issuer's equity.
The presentation will look at the advantages of convertibles in the asset allocation. Finally, we will discuss how an ESG framework can be applied to convertibles and what that does to the overall style of the strategy.

Target Audience

Professionals from Corporations, Banks, Asset and Investment Management Companies, Insurance Companies, Financial Advisory Services, Tax Administration, Lawyers, Trustees, Fund Managers and Financial Auditors. Graduate and undergraduate students with interest in investments and finance.

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Dr. Lars Kaiser


Mar 18, 2019


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