Alpine’s primary strategy is merger arbitrage, focusing on transactions with definitive merger contracts.
We believe that merger arbitrage is an extremely robust strategy. It has been consistently profitable, exhibited low volatility, and benefited from rising interest rate environments.
Since the typical M&A transaction is completed in a few months, an arbitrage portfolio is constantly self-liquidating. As a result, arbitrage adjusts quickly to changes in the investment climate.
Merger arbitrage also includes event-driven situations, such as:
Alpine has engaged in equity trading since 1976.
The Firm’s trading business involves positions relating to merger transactions, where Alpine seeks to take advantage of market dislocations caused by mergers and other extraordinary corporate transactions and events.
From time to time Alpine may also engage in general equity trading, building on our arbitrage research together with technical and fundamental analysis.
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