Copernican's contrarian style



Copernican Capital was set up at the end of last year by AIC, the mutual fund company based in Burlington, Canada, to focus on establishing a dedicated structured products business. The market has become more competitive compared with a few years ago, and is dominated by a handful of issuers. In fact, the Canadian retail structured products market has increased both by volume and number of deals. Transaction volumes rose from C$2.9 billion in 2002 to C$9 billion in 2004, while the number of

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