Date Added: Aug 2010
In the quest for higher returns and more diversification, investors turn to global bond markets. But investing in bonds from foreign countries, especially ones with less stringent laws and regulations, leaves the investor open to more risk. Is there a way to mitigate some of the risk, a "Work-around" possibly? New research by Darius Miller and Natalie Reisel of SMU Cox shows how bonds issued from firms in weak investor regime countries can offer investors another path to protect their investments.