Equity Capital Markets - Part II

This is the second pathway on equity capital markets. In this pathway we will discuss the different products available in the equity capital markets in more depth.




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8 videos • 1 hour 1 minute

  • Introduction to Convertible Bonds

    James provides an introduction to convertible bonds - how they are structured, the advantages and disadvantages of their use.

    James Eves16:13

  • Deep Dive into Convertible Bonds

    James dives deeper into the technical aspects of convertible bonds.

    James Eves20:40

  • What is an Exchangeable Bond?

    James discusses exchangeable bonds by taking a look at the Spanish construction company, ACS. He discusses the size, terms and result of this issuance.

    James Eves02:27

  • What is a Mandatory Convertible Bond?

    James delves into mandatory convertibles and their unique structure compared to standard convertibles. He dives into Bayer’s issuance in 2016 in part of its financing of acquiring Monsanto.

    James Eves03:16

  • What is a Synthetic Convertible Bond?

    James speaks on synthetic convertibles and their most common form. He briefly touches on Glencore’s 2018 issuance of $500 million in synthetic convertibles.

    James Eves02:50

  • What is a Warrant?

    In this discussion of warrants, James touches on the details of warrants and explains Siemens’ 2012 issuance.

    James Eves03:00

  • What is a Depositary Receipt?

    As an alternative to issuing shares on offshore exchanges, companies can undertake equity issuance in international markets in the form of  a depositary receipt (DR). Keith explains the benefits of DRs, what they are, and how they work.

    Keith Mullin07:06

  • What is a Dividend?

    Investors buy shares in a company for two principal reasons: generating investment returns as shares rise in price, and receiving dividends. Keith briefly explains what dividends are, what considerations companies have when it comes to issuing dividends and how dividends impact share price.

    Keith Mullin06:19

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