Reuters | November 15, 2022

Canadian corporate bond issuance has begun to rebound after a lull of 10 months, with companies plotting expansion plans and central banks apparently close to the peak of their current cycle of interest rate hikes. Read Here

The Globe and Mail | June 30, 2022

If capitalism were a sprawling family, the bond market would be the character who scrimps today to have enough to survive tomorrow. Read Here

Adoption du code de diversité, d’équité et d’inclusion du CFA Institute | 06 Juin, 2022

Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – 6 juin 2022) – Algonquin Capital se réjouit d’annoncer son adoption volontaire du code de diversité, d’équité et d’inclusion du CFA Institute pour les professionnels de l’investissement aux États-Unis et au Canada (« code DEI »). Lancé en février 2022, le code DEI outille les organisations du secteur de l’investissement d’un cadre de […]

Adoption of The CFA Institute Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Code | 06 June, 2022

Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – June 6, 2022) – Algonquin Capital, is excited to announce it has adopted the voluntary CFA Institute Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Code for Investment Professionals in the United States and Canada (“DEI Code”). Launched in February 2022, the DEI Code provides investment industry organizations with an action-oriented and principles-based framework through which to […]

Wealth Professional | Mar 16, 2021

Investors should be braced for a volatile bond market in 2021 as nervousness around inflation tests the resolve of central banks to get the economy motoring, according to one fixed income manager. Brian D’Costa, founding partner at Algonquin Capital, told WP it promises to be an exciting time for fixed income in light of the […]