Research Analysis theme

Research Analysis

Harnessing your analysis skills

Within the investment industry, research analysis forms the basis of both credit and equity analysis roles. Collecting data about investable companies, analysing the material, and building earnings models to conduct valuations is essential in making recommendations to portfolio managers and/or clients through evaluation reports and presentations. 

Here we look at how you can optimise your analytical skills by looking at analysing bonds and risk, as well as assessing how investment performance or management performance can deliver results.



300 years of Bank of England profits

Take a unique opportunity to see the historical profits of the Bank of England, and what they say about its changing role over time.



Inflation and the stock-bond correlation

Discover what market forces are driving yields and prices in stocks and bonds today, and what it means for the stock-bond correlation in the future.



Detecting repeatable performance

Campbell Harvey addresses one of the biggest illusions in investing – repeatable performance, and how to find it when it happens.



The portfolio selection problem

Discover how advanced statistics can help in fund management, and the best strategies to make the best decisions.

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