The convertible bond market is shrinking. So why is Nomura Securities International jumping in?
Nomura estimates there is approximately $485 billion of convertible debt outstanding, roughly half of it in the U.S. But issuance has been in a slump since the financial crisis, and the firm expects that 30% of the current market could be lost to redemptions by 2012.
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