Carnegie has for many years won awards for its expertise in Nordic equities, and has now advanced to a top place in a ranking of European research houses. This is according to Institutional Investor’s All-Europe 2016 survey, in which Carnegie is top-ranked for Nordic equity research. The ranking is based on interviews with major institutions in the US, Europe and the UK.
Carnegie has a long tradition of equity research, and is today the largest research house monitoring Nordic companies. Almost fifty analysts cover over 300 Nordic companies and their markets. This research capability, and extensive knowledge, has won numerous awards in the Nordic countries in recent years, and is now being recognised by major international investors, according to Institutional Investor’s All-Europe 2016 survey.
“The fact that the biggest institutional investors at global level are recognising our expertise is clearly the result of the enhancements we have made in our research and sales organisation at the offices in London and New York. We have long had top-ranked research operations, but this demonstrates that we have also become better at reaching out with our research to markets outside the Nordic region,” says Björn Jansson, CEO of Carnegie Investment Bank.
The results are based on responses from over 2,000 investors from almost 800 institutions. These institutions together manage some USD 6 trillion in European securities.
The All-Europe survey is conducted once a year on behalf of the international business magazine Institutional Investor.
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