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- Recognizing the Bull. Sundaramoorthy, Geeta; Rieker, Matthias // American Banker;7/2/2004, Vol. 169 Issue 127, p2
Profiles bank analyst Mike Mayo and discusses his reputation among his Wall Street peers. How he has not always enjoyed his favorable reputation and admiration; How he was known in the past for being "bullish"; Efforts of "SmartMoney" magazine to profile him as honest and hardworking; His top...
- AIMR hopes peer pressure can end analysts' conflicts. // Investment Dealers' Digest;5/28/2001, Vol. 67 Issue 21, pN.PAG
Presents information on the approach used by the Association for Investment Management and Research (AMIR) to make the Wall Street firms adopt the research objectivity standards. Guidelines of the renewed research objectivity standards; Time fixed by AIMR to release the voluntary rules in the...
- No Quick Fix: As the bear market illuminates analysts' conflicts, Wall Street looks for a cure. Etzel, Barbara // Investment Dealers' Digest;5/7/2001, Vol. 67 Issue 18, pN.PAG
Focuses on the stock market in the U.S. Need for research analysts who can promote the investment banking business; Possibility of an increase in disclosure requirements on Wall Street analyst reports; Revision of the compensation structure of investment analysts.
- Analyzing the analysts. Weber, Toby // Telephony;7/2/2001, Vol. 241 Issue 1, p12
Deals with a concern regarding Wall Street analysts reported to be producing research biased in favor of businesses their companies work with. Response of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission to the concern; Reasons behind the production of biased research; Information on...
- The powers that buy. Higgins, John M.; Colman, Price // Broadcasting & Cable;08/17/98, Vol. 128 Issue 34, p28
Focuses on Wall Street's Media Mafia, a group of portfolio managers and analysts. Role of money managers; Influence of money managers on a company's success.
- Risk vs. Uncertainty. Pabrai, Mohnish // Siliconindia;Feb2002, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p74
Presents advice on how to profit from Wall Street investors' inability to distinguish between risk and uncertainty in their investment decisions. Analysis of the market valuation of Automatic Data Processing and Paychex; Status of Tellabs as an investment target in 1999; Claim that low...
- Modest Wave of Optimism On Trust Banks' Revenue. Kulikowski, Laurie // American Banker;12/21/2004, Vol. 169 Issue 243, p18
Reports that Wall Street analysts may be warming to the idea that at least some of the nation's biggest custody banks may be emerging from a period of lackluster revenue gains. Focus on Bank of New York Co. Inc., State Street Corp., and Northern Trust Corp.
- Employment Guarantees Return to Wall Street. // Investment Dealers' Digest;12/15/2003, Vol. 69 Issue 48, p11
Reports on the revival of employment guarantees on Wall Street in New York. Banks' offering of the two-year guarantees to hire and lock in talent for particular important slots; Indication that Wall Street bankers' economics are improving; Willingness of banks to pay a banker's bonus at his old...
- CIMA designation in demand. Forrest, Jayson // Money Management;5/3/2007, Vol. 21 Issue 15, p15
The article reports on the Certified Investment Management Analyst (CIMA) Program offered to members and non-members of the Investment Management Consultants Association (IMCA) in Australia. CIMA comprises of an independent study program and a residential and examination platform. It provides...