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The 2016 All-Brazil Research Team Welcomes 18 Newcomers
Nine firms have analysts appearing on the team for the first time.
Eighteen newcomers are included among the 79 analysts who appear on the 2016 All-Brazil Research Team, Institutional Investors exclusive annual ranking of the nations best analysts, including three who are dually ranked. Rogério Araújo of UBS debuts at No. 3 in Transportation and runner-up in Capital Goods. His colleague Andreas Bokkenheuser earns runner-up spots in both Metals & Mining and Pulp & Paper, and BTG Pactuals Rodrigo Gastim achieves the same feat in Education and Health Care
These fresh faces hail from nine firms. UBS lays claim to the highest number of newcomers, with four. Here is the full list of analysts celebrating their first appearances on the All-Brazil Research Team.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Isabella Simonato, Agribusiness, runner-up
Victor Mizusaki, Transportation, runner-up
Gustavo Cambauva, Real Estate, runner-up
Rodrigo Gastim, Education, runner-up, and Health Care, runner-up
Pedro Medeiros, Chemicals & Oil, runner-up
Andre Natal, Chemicals & Oil, second place
Felipe Vinagre, Transportation, runner-up
Antonio Barreto, Agribusiness, second place
Pedro Manfredini, Electric & Other Utilities, runner-up
Diego Mendes, Chemicals & Oil, runner-up
Joseph Giordano, Health Care, runner-up
Pedro Leduc, Food & Beverages, third place
Bruno Amorim, Transportation, runner-up
João Mamede, Retailing, runner-up
Rogério Araújo, Capital Goods, runner-up, and Transportation, third place
Andreas Bokkenheuser, Metals & Mining, runner-up, and Pulp & Paper, runner-up
Philip Finch, Financials/Banks, runner-up
Gustavo Piras Oliveira, Retailing, runner-up
The 2016 All-Brazil Research Team is based on responses from 714 buy-side analysts and portfolio managers at 375 institutions that oversee an estimated $252 billion in Brazilian equities and $136 billion in Brazilian debt.
Complete survey results will be released tomorrow.