CE Credit Management sounds the gong to start trading in its 8% CE Credit Management bond on NYSE Alternext in Amsterdam. The CE Credit Management bond is the first SME bond listed on NYSE Alternext in Amsterdam.
CE Credit Management is engaged to the management of large portfolios of accounts receivables in the B2C market. The portfolios are acquired in different sectors such as telecom, utility, medical services, healthcare and online retail. CE Credit Management is initiated by Credit Exchange B.V. for the purpose of offering bondholders one-on-one security to their loan and attracting financing for growth.
Credit Exchange is an established credit management specialist with (through its subsidiaries) over 15 years of experience. The relation between CE Credit Management and Credit Exchange is based on a Service Level...
On June 22, 2012, the Russell Indexes will undergo their annual reconstitution. Popular indexes included are the Russell 1000, Russell 2000, Russell Global, Russell Midcap and Russell Microcap. Russell reconstitutes, or resets, its indexes once a year, ranking all eligible securities by market cap, and then publishes the updated lists. The who, what and why of this event is laid out below followed by the details to sign up for our free webinar on the topic.
Why an Annual Reconstitution?
Russell believes indexes should represent the full investable opportunity set and because markets continually change, the reconstitution is the best way to ensure an accurate representation. Their research has shown that an annual reconstitution strikes a reasonable balance between accuracy and cost. Both US and Global index families go through the reconstitution simultaneously to maintain true representation of global equity markets, capitalization and style. Russell...
Markets traded lower, giving back all of yesterday’s gains, as investors continue to worry about the financial turmoil in Europe in the face of rising Spanish and Italian bond yields – both of which rose above 6.0%. Domestic housing data added to the grim tone of investors. Most are hoping that the next two days of busy U.S. economic data reports yield some positive messages about the state of the U.S.
Month over month Pending Home Sales were down 5.5%, lower than the 0% move expected; in addition, Mortgage Applications were lower by 1.3% vs. a 3.8% gain in the previous week.
While companies struggle to deliver top line growth and search for the most efficient ways to deploy cash, investors have become significantly more demanding with respect to cash deployment and value-creation.
We recently co-hosted a webinar on this topic, “Transforming Investor Interactions to Improve Shareholder Value,” with listed company Corporate Executive Board (NYSE: EXBD). In this webinar, Thomas Roberts...
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