In 2001, Todd Pulvino, then a finance professor at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, teamed up with like-minded academics to co-found the arbitrage investment firm CNH Partners, in a joint venture with quantitative investment firm AQR Capital Management.
The reason was that there was very little academic research on merger arbitrage at the time.
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