Buy-side analyst

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Buy-side analyst

A financial analyst employed by a nonbrokerage firm, typically one of the larger money management firms that purchases securities on its own account.

Buy-Side Analyst

An analyst who researches and evaluates the institutional investors that buy most securities available for sale on Wall Street. See also: Sell side.
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The survey is based on the opinion of nearly 700 buy-side analysts and portfolio managers at 367 institutions that manage an estimated USD261bn in Brazilian equities and USD139bn in Brazilian debt.
Airbus's chief executive officer Thomas Enders is regarded as the top CEO in the aerospace and defence sector by both buy-side analysts at leading investment management companies and sell-side analysts at securities firms.
Survey results reflect the opinions of 1,800 buy-side analysts and money managers at more than 500 institutions that collectively manage an estimated $9.
Delta said it was ranked as a "Most Honored company" by the magazine, which surveyed investment buy-side analysts, portfolio managers and sell-side analysts at securities firms and financial institutions across the U.
To compile the rankings, 457 sell-side analysts were evaluated by Canadian and international portfolio managers and buy-side analysts against the various criteria for a total of 3,594 analyst evaluations across 28 sectors.
Unless the FTSE jumps in the next week, 79% of buy-side analysts and 81% of sell-side analysts correctly predicted that the FTSE 100 would be below 6000 on June 25 in an IR magazine survey carried out in March, 2008.
Winners were selected through an independent survey of 371 sell-side and buy-side analysts and portfolio managers conducted by Hong Kong-based TNS Hong Kong.
The magazine also ranked Applebee's investor relations team, led by CFO Steve Lumpkin and Vice President of Investor Relations Carol DiRaimo, as the best in the industry as determined by a national survey of buy-side analysts and portfolio managers.
Many buy-side analysts also admit they rely on sell-side counterparts for their impression of management.
I didn't realize just how much time goes into working with the investment community, both the sell-side and the buy-side analysts," says Jerry Kennelly, CPA and CFO of Inktomi, Inc.
Bigdough covers 12,000+ portfolio managers and buy-side analysts at 2,200+ North American institutions.