2015 Media Releases

July 1, 2015

Deutsche Bank’s Adam Boyton and Phil O’Donoghoe voted best macroeconomic research and analysis

Deutsche Bank’s chief economist Adam Boyton and colleague Phil O’Donoghoe have been voted best macroeconomic research and analysis in the KangaNews Fixed Income Research Poll 2015.

Deutsche Bank also ranked No.2 for best overall research on Australia fixed income and posted a strong performance across all other categories including research on Australian corporations, foreign exchange and bonds.

“We are delighted to have maintained our highly-ranked positions in this year’s poll. It is a particularly pleasing performance from the fixed income team given our size relative to our peers,” said David Plank, Deutsche Bank’s Head of Macro Research and Strategy for Australia and New Zealand.

Mr Plank’s team comprises Mr Boyton, Mr O’Donoghoe and Kenneth Crompton (VP Relative Value Research), Augusto Mederios (Senior Credit Analyst) and Craig Nicol (Credit Analyst).

“The result is also significant because the poll achieved a record response from qualifying institutional investors this year and the rigorous process of vote verification to ensure that only votes from qualifying institutional fixed income investors are included in the final count,” Mr Plank added.

About the KangaNews Fixed Income Research Poll 2015

The KangaNews Fixed Income Research Poll is the only independent poll of fixed income investors’ views on relevant research in the Australian market. Now in its fourth year, nearly 70 domestic investment firms participated in the poll representing the majority of key institutional investment funds in the Australian market across the fund management, insurance and balance sheet sectors.


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