Societe Generale Cross Asset Research achieves top ranking in the 2015 Thomson Reuters Extel Europe and The Euromoney Fixed Income Surveys
Thomson Reuters Extel Survey 2015
Societe Generale Cross Asset Research teams and analysts achieved top rankings in the 2015 Thomson Reuters Extel Europe Survey once again, based on votes by Institutional Investors.
The bank remains ranked No.1 in Multi Asset and Global Strategy Research for the eighth consecutive year. The research department is also ranked No.1 in Global Economics, No.1 in Index Analysis and No.2 in Economics and Strategy.
The Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) analyst team was ranked No.1 for the first time. Regarding Equity Research, fifteen sectorial teams have been named in the Top 10 of their category (twelve in 2014) and four in the Top 5 (Food 2nd, Real Estate 5th, Beverages 5th, and Oil services 5th).
In the ranking of individual analysts, Albert Edwards ranks No. 1 in Global Strategy for the tenth consecutive year, and his team is rated number one across all sectors. Andrew Lapthorne ranks No.1 in Quantitative Research for the seventh consecutive year; Alain Bokobza has retained the No.1 position in Multi Asset Research for the fourth consecutive year and Michala Marcussen has been ranked No. 2 for Global Economics for the second consecutive year.
The main results of the Thomson Reuters Extel Europe Survey 2015 are as follows:
#1 Global Strategy
- # 1 Multi Asset Research
- # 1 Global Economics
- # 1 Index Analysis
- # 1 SRI Research
- # 2 Economics and Strategy
- # 2 Quantitative/Database Research
- # 2 Country Research for France
Euromoney Fixed Income Research Survey 2015
Societe Generale Cross Asset Research also achieved positive rankings in the 2015 Euromoney Fixed Income Research survey. For the sixth consecutive year it is ranked No.1 for Overall Credit Strategy by Investors.
The results of the Euromoney Fixed Income Investors Survey by category are as follows:
- #1 Overall Credit Strategy for the sixth consecutive year
- #1 Overall Trade Ideas for the fifth consecutive year
Fixed Income categories (among 15 categories overall):
- #1 Banks for the second consecutive year
- #1 Non-Bank Financial Institutions for the seventh consecutive year
- #1 TMT from second last year
Finally, Societe Generale Cross Asset Research achieved No.1 position in High Yield from second last year.
These rankings demonstrate the long term efforts by Societe Generale to offer its clients high quality research, in order to help them in their strategic investment decisions across asset classes as well as sector and macro-economic insights.