Rhino Investment Partners employs a fundamental bottom-up stock selection investment process specializing in the Banking sector. Banks are a large opportunity set, with an investable universe of nearly 600 names. Our deep understanding of bank earnings drives the selection of undervalued names in the portfolio. Central to our fundamental analysis is identifying banks that have positive operating leverage and improving Net Interest Margins (NIM). Complimentary to this financial analysis, we identify possible M&A targets.
We believe superior investment returns are achieved through utilizing a value-based investment approach applied to the Banking sector. We identify undervalued financial companies with identifiable catalysts that are trading at discounts to normalized earnings. The lack of sell-side research in the small-cap banking sector leads to mispricing in the equity markets and the opportunity for above-market returns.
John Schneider, CFA (President and CIO of Rhino Investment Partners) has over 35 years of investment experience, previously as the sole PM of the PIMCO Value Fund. John founded Rhino Investment Partners Inc. in 2011. The investment team has more than 60 years of combined investment experience.
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