Our analysts, economists and strategists create timely, in-depth analysis of companies, industries, markets and economies. 

Their research yields some of the most respected thought leadership in equity and fixed-income investing. 


On this foundation, we collaborate and consult with our clients to better inform their investment decisions and identify opportunities across major asset classes and geographies.

Our areas of focus


We analyze a wide range of markets, economies and asset-classes, looking at:

Economics—including forecasts on macroeconomics, foreign exchange rates and interest rates

Strategy—including market views, forecasts and recommendations for currencies, rates and energy

Equity Research

Our global equity research team comprises 65+ top-ranked economists, strategists and research analysts in Japan, Hong Kong and the US, providing macro insights and proprietary analysis and recommendations on some 900 companies in Asia and the Americas. We pride ourselves on providing our clients with one-on-one access to top management at leading public and private companies and renowned, independent experts, through customized trips in Asia and the Americas and larger, thematic conferences.


#1 ranking for Japanese Equity Research in the latest 2020 Greenwich Survey with 20 analysts ranked Top 3 for their sector coverage.

#1 Advisory ranking, 2020 Greenwich Japanese Equities Survey

#1 ranking for both large cap and small cap Japan Corporate Access in the 2020 Greenwich Survey

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Asian Equity

Our regional equity research covers financials, technology, consumer/retail, metals/mining, internet and property sectors throughout Asia.

Foreign Exchange Research

Our FX research and analysis provides monthly reviews and forecasts for international markets and 14 different currencies. 

Latin America Research

Our Latin America research team covers currencies, economies and interest rates.

Please see our disclosures regarding research.

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