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Friday, 18th September 2020
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Orsi’s research report on Irish banks is number one back
Sebastian Orsi of Merrion’s strong performance in this year’s survey continues, with him winning first place in the ‘Research report of the year‘ category. Orsi’s report was entitled Irish Financials - A new reality.
In second place is Eamonn Hughes, Dermot O’Leary and Anna Lalor of Goodbody’s report entitled Irish Financials - Home on the range - the credit crisis moves into the ‘real economy’.

Third place was awarded to Scott Rankin and Rossa White of Davy with their report Irish banks and property: trouble brewing, but the market is pricing in an unlikely outcome.’

NCB came in fourth place with a report authored by John Cantwell, ‘Irish Financials - Dividend cuts would reduce risk to capital’, whilst Goodbody took fifth place with Ian Hunter’s report ‘Elan - The Matrix reloaded - Valuing the options post negative news on progress of key drugs.’

For the third year running Davy’s Weekly Book took first place in the ‘Best Equity Books (printed or online)’ category; Goodbody remained at number two for the third year running and Merrion’s ‘Online Equity Book’ retained its position at number three.

Goodbody recaptured the number one position for ‘Best Morning Research Notes’ which it won in 2006. Merrion took second position in this category with its ‘Morning comment/early thoughts’; whilst Davy fell from first to third position with ‘Davy starting points: morning equity briefing’.

NCB’s ‘Morning News and Views’ climbed up one position; as did Bloxham’s ‘Equity morning digest’. Collins Stewart’s
‘Thoughts for today’ remained at number six; and new entry RBS took the number seven position.

In 2007’s ‘Best Website’ category, Collins Stewart was topped a category. Unfortunately, the winning streak did not continue for this year’s survey, with the ‘Best Website’ first place going to Merrion. For the second year in a row Davy took second place in the category, whilst Goodbody climbed from number five in 2007 to number three in this year’s survey.


Best Website

Best Morning Research Notes

Best Equity Books (printed or online)

Research Report of the Year


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