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Wednesday, 17th April 2024
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Brisbourne nets third report win Back  
For the third year in a row Merrion’s Robert Brisbourne has won ‘Research Report of the Year’ for his ‘C&C Magners Survey’.
Robert Brisbourne of Merrion has been awarded the ‘Research Report of the Year’
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for the second year in a row for his report on the food and drinks industry ‘Survey implies growth targets a challenge’ on C&C. He downgraded his outlook on C&C, after supporting the firm two years ago, correctly predicting their shares’ drop in value. Brisbourne beat off some strong competition from Davy, who had reports in second and third spots.

Rossa White’s report on the housing industry, ‘Beware the housing lags: full impact on the economy of decline in housebuilding will not be felt until H2 2007 and 2008’, came in second, while Stephen Furlong’s report on the aviation sector, ‘Davy on airlines: up, up and away… cycle has more to go before peaking’, finished third.
Robert Brisbourne


Goodbody has put in a good performance in the research products section. Eamonn Hughes and Robert Eason came fourth in the ‘Research Report of the Year’ table for their report on financials and the building materials and construction sector entitled ‘Reality Check’. In fact, many of the research reports featured focus on the aviation and construction sectors.

Davy has won the ‘Best Morning Research Notes’ category with its ‘Davy Starting Points: Morning Equity Briefing’. Davy’s report finished in fourth position last year, and has leaped into pole position to pip Goodbody’s morning report, ‘Irish Equity Morning Meeting Wrap’, which had won the category for the last three years.

Davy also prospered in the ‘Best Equity Books (printed or online)’ category. In this category, ‘Davy Weekly Book’ collected first place for the fourth year running. It was followed by ‘Goodbody Rolling Agenda’ for the second year running.

In the ‘Best Website’ section, Collins Stewart upset the odds to take first place. It was a unique achievement for a firm outside of the ‘big four’ broking firms to top a section. Collins Stewart pipped www.davy.ie in the poll, pushing Davy down to second position, after it topped last year’s poll. Merrion, NCB and Goodbody filled third, fourth and fifth spots respectively.

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