2015 All-India Research Team: Key Facts and Figures
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2015 All-India Research Team: Key Facts and Figures

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Who got the most votes? Which sector attracted the most attention? Read on!

Here are some of the key facts, figures and noteworthy results of the 2015 All-India Research Team survey, Institutional Investor’s exclusive annual ranking of the nation’s leading sell-side equity analysts.


Number of analysts on the team: 71


Number of firms they represent: 22


Number of analysts who meet the eligibility criteria: 153*


Number of firms they represent: 30*


(*Information about analysts who meet minimum-vote and other eligibility criteria but do not make the team — which is limited to the top three analysts or squads in each sector, plus runners-up where applicable — is available from the Institutional Investor Research Group. For information please contact Alyssa Walker at 212-224-3677 or awalker@iiresearchgroup.com.)


Number of participating buy-side individuals: 250


Number of participating buy-side institutions: 150


Total Indian equity assets under management of participating buy-side institutions: $20 billion


Most popular sectors as measured by number of voters**:


  • Financials (winner: Ashish Gupta, Credit Suisse)

  • Economics (Chetan Ahya, Morgan Stanley)

  • Autos & Auto Parts (Kapil Singh, Nomura)

  • Health Care & Pharmaceuticals (Anubhav Aggarwal, Credit Suisse)

  • Capital Goods (Venugopal Garre, Barclays)

Most popular sectors as measured by number of votes**:


  • Financials (winner: Ashish Gupta, Credit Suisse)

  • Economics (Chetan Ahya, Morgan Stanley)

  • Health Care & Pharmaceuticals (Anubhav Aggarwal, Credit Suisse)

  • Autos & Auto Parts (Kapil Singh, Nomura)

  • Capital Goods (Venugopal Garre, Barclays)

(**Survey participants may name up to four analysts per sector.)


Most popular researchers (as measured by votes cast in each sector):


  • Chetan Ahya of Morgan Stanley, Economics

  • Anubhav Aggarwal of Credit Suisse, Health Care & Pharmaceuticals

  • Suresh Ganapathy of Macquarie Capital Securities, Financials†

  • Ashish Gupta of Credit Suisse, Financials

  • Sonal Varma of Nomura, Economics

(†Votes are weighted by place awarded — first, second, third or fourth — and Indian equity assets under management of the participating buy-side institution, which is why an analyst with more votes may rank below someone with a higher weighted score. For more information see Methodology.)


Analysts making their first appearances in first place:


  • Ashish Gupta of Credit Suisse, Financials

  • Neelkanth Mishra of Credit Suisse, Basic Materials and Portfolio Strategy

  • Amit Rustagi of Antique Stock Broking, Oil & Gas

  • Kawaljeet Saluja of Kotak Securities, Information Technology

  • Samar Sarda of Kotak Securities, Real Estate

  • Kapil Singh of Nomura, Autos & Auto Partss

  • Sunil Tirumalai of Credit Suisse, Telecommunications

Researchers who capture first place in more than one sector:


  • Manoj Menon of Deutsche Bank:

    • Consumer/Discretionary

    • Consumer/Staples

  • Neelkanth Mishra of Credit Suisse:

    • Basic Materials

    • Portfolio Strategy

Other analysts who appear in multiple sectors:


  • Sameer Baisiwala of Morgan Stanley:

    • Health Care & Pharmaceuticals (No. 2)

    • Real Estate (No. 2)

  • Rohit Chordia of Kotak Securities:

    • Consumer/Discretionary (runner-up)

    • Consumer/Staples (No. 3)

    • Telecommunications (No. 2)

  • Vivek Maheshwari of CLSA:

    • Consumer/Discretionary (No. 3)

    • Consumer/Staples (runner-up)

    • Portfolio Strategy (runner-up)

  • Arnab Mitra of Credit Suisse:

    • Consumer/Discretionary (runner-up)

    • Consumer/Staples (No. 2)

Number of analysts making their first appearance on the team: 15 (the full list can be found here)


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