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 buy-side analyst community is a very small, closely knit group of people that sees each other regularly and talks," says TIAA-CREF's Budde.
Florin was most recently with Morgan Stanley where he served as the Media-Telecom Sector specialist, he was also a top sector salesperson and served as a buy-side analyst for TIAA-CREFF and US Trust.
Success depends on being able to deliver the information each sell-and buy-side analyst and each portfolio manager needs and demands.
Prior to Auriga, Robert worked as a buy-side analyst at Susquehanna where he researched alternative energy and semiconductor technology stocks.
One buy-side analyst commented: 'There's definitely more data but I am not sure there's more information.
For the 2018 ranking, Institutional Investor collected the opinions of 3,046 portfolio managers and buy-side analysts, and 1,002 sell-side analysts.
This includes buy-side analysts, money managers and sell-side researchers at securities firms and financial institutions that cover Asia.
A careful analysis of the situation reveals that investment teams, buy-side analysts in particular, are not the problem; instead it is the system that sprang up for distributing funds.
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.
The 2014 All-India Research Team reflects the opinions of more than 250 buy-side analysts and portfolio managers at nearly 170 institutions that collectively manage an estimated $98 billion in Indian equity assets.
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.