Institutional Investor said today: "Institutional Investor asked money managers which analysts are doing the best job of providing the direction they find most helpful and thus deserve to be included in the 2012 All-Europe Research Team. Deutsche Bank reigns supreme for a second straight year, with 44 total positions - seven more than in 2011 - and nearly triples its number of first-place teams, from six to 17."
David Folkerts-Landau, Global Head of Research at Deutsche Bank, said: "These are fantastic results, and the strongest validation we could have hoped for regarding our commitment to best-in-class equity research in Europe for our clients."
The 17 No. 1-ranked teams were:
- Banks: Jason Napier, Matt Spick & team
Last year saw Deutsche Bank also placed first on Institutional Investor’s 2011 Emerging-Markets Equity and Fixed-Income Research Team, and second on the All-Europe Fixed-Income Research Team.
Deutsche Bank has a leading global Research platform with equity analysts present in more than 30 countries and four-fifths of stocks covered by analysts in their home markets, more than any other bulge-bracket firm.
In its survey, Institutional Investor magazine garnered responses from 2,200 money managers at about 760 institutions managing approximately $5.7 trillion in European equities.
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