Moreover, the annuity arbitrage strategy
can produce a very attractive net return on the funds committed to the plan--a return that can outperform fixed income alternatives and exceed the results one might obtain through a charitable gift annuity.
An arbitrage strategy
attempts to lock in a risk-free profit by exploiting the mispricing.
As previously discussed, one direct implication of Equation (1) is that the incentive to pursue a long arbitrage strategy
increases with the investors' net dividend tax credit [epsilon]kD - [tau] (l+[epsilon]k)D.
The implication is that equity in observed wages among blacks and whites was an important component of Ford's arbitrage strategy
We have followed more complex methodologies that are based on the main principles of asset valuation and provide arbitrage portfolios without previously specifying the exact nature of the arbitrage strategy
to be used.
Newell's leveraged arbitrage strategy
greatly expanded the Congregation's potential liability and risk beyond the amount of cash invested.
MRGR aims to produce the risk/return characteristics of a merger arbitrage strategy
by tracking the performance of the S&P Merger Arbitrage Index (before fees and expenses).
This sub-fund will provide non-US investors with direct access to GAMCO's merger arbitrage strategy
in a UCITS form.
An alternative arbitrage strategy
involves buying and immediately redeeming the SPDRS and then selling the shares received.
Even the most complex structured bond, credit arbitrage strategy
or hedge trade can be broken down into its component parts, and if we understand the elemental components, we can then value the whole as the sum of its parts.
said, "Implementing our existing event arbitrage strategy
via a UCITS vehicle allows us to provide a liquid, regulated, onshore European fund that helps to further diversify our investor base.