Episode 15: Nancy Oh, One68 Global - "Blue Horseshoe Loves Anacott Steel"
Merger Arbitrage. Arbs were once the scourge of Wall Street. Swaggering titans of trading full of insider information and pinstriped suits. Today, merger arbitrage is back as an interesting strategy. While we don't have Gordon Gekko, we do have Nancy Oh.
Nancy is Portfolio Manager at One68 Global, a niche arbitrage fund, focused on merger and index arbitrage. A marathon runner in her spare time, Nancy exhibits the same tenacity and discipline in her trading. Nancy breaks down arbitrage for the casual investor, running through particular trades so that we can understand the drivers of pricing inefficiencies.
Welcome to this episode of the Biltmore View – Blue Horseshoe Loves Anacott Steel
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