Based in Chuo, Tokyo, Japan, The Avanti Group’s Director of Private Equity, Richard Armitage, and Head of Principal Investments, Marcus Hill, will attend the coming 5th International IFABS CONFERENCE NOTTINGHAM 2013 on June 26-28 at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK.
The Avanti Group’s Director of Private Equity, Richard Armitage, and Head of Principal Investments, Marcus Hill, will attend the coming 5th International IFABS CONFERENCE NOTTINGHAM 2013 on June 26-28 at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK.
Celebrating its successful transition into its fifth year of existence since 2008, International Finance and Banking Society (IFABS) continues to “raise awareness of the importance of banking and finance for economic development and the well-being of members of society.” The conference hopes to bring together experts from over 60 countries around the world to the historic city of Nottingham “to consider, collaborate and create ideas and solutions for the coming years.”
The conference theme is: "The Search for Financial Stability: Models, Policies and Prospects".
Through this conference, the Avanti Group hopes to gain added muscle for its goal of providing research and analysis outsourcing solutions for global institutional financial traders. The company’s efficient strategies for identifying undervalued investment instruments owes to its meticulous collection of information, precise review & analysis techniques, and effective trend identification, making the company a byword of success.
The hard work and due diligence that Avanti Group provides for its clients made possible the company’s advancement in the investment community. Hence, the company shares IFABS’ goal of enhancing awareness by providing a forum for discussion and critical analysis of major global financial and banking issues. As part of the leading experts and researchers in the field, Avanti Group supports the IFABS conference’s objective to attain a fresh, enlightening encounter yearly.
May 18, 2013 - Tokyo, Japan –
Senior Vice-President Andrew Taylor and Head of Principal Investments Marcus Hill attended the recently held 2013 Applied Finance Conference of the Financial Management Association International (FMA) on May 17, 2013 at St. John’s University (Manhattan Campus), New York City.
This third annual Applied Finance Conference was co-sponsored by St. John’s University, Journal of Applied Science and Alois J. theis Endowment in Global Finance. The one-day event featured high-quality research presentations on the theme “The New World of Global Finance, Markets, Investments and Risk Management”. FMA also offered innovative and insightful approaches to contemporary issues on finance.
Founded in Tokyo in 2003, The Avanti Group is an equity-research house that provides research and analysis-outsourcing solutions for institutional financial traders globally. Its success hinges on its successful method of identifying undervalued investment instruments through data collection, review & analysis techniques, and trend identification.
The Conference gave opportunity for Avanti professionals to gain fresh research information and strategies on finance and investment from other financial managers so as to maintain the company’s excellent service to its institutional clients. Its limited service in portfolio advisory management will stand to gain as the company seeks to enhance its public relations program through such interaction with other practitioners.
Chuo, Tokyo, Japan
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The Avanti Group is an equity research house providing research and analysis outsourcing solutions for institutional financial traders world wide. Our method of identifying undervalued investment instruments through data collection, review & analysis techniques, and trend identification triumphs has become well known within the investment community over recent years as the words “Avanti Group” have become synonymous with success.
Since 2011 The Avanti Group has also offered a portfolio management service to its private investors. This however, is a limited service which is subject to availability and is used to assist with the company's public relations campaign.
The Avanti Group are advising clients on the increasing demand for gold, as Japanese increase their purchasing volumes to compensate for weakening yen, potentially putting strain in the country’s holdings.
Online PR News – 06-August-2013 –The Avanti Group the equities research house based in Tokyo, providing professional trading and investment research solutions to institutional and private investors across the globe have recently drawn their investor’s attention to the increasing demand in gold sales throughout Japan.
“There’s a big consensus from individual investors in Japan that are looking to introduce larger quantities of gold into their investment portfolios as an asset as well as security for the future, with an increase in investors wanting to use gold partly to hedge against their yen-based assets such as stocks and properties,” said Andrew Taylor Senior Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions at The Avanti Group.
Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K., is Japan’s largest trader in bullion, are confident that sales to Japanese investors may surpass purchases this year for the first time since 2004 as the yen’s deflated value and low gold price give rise to buying interest. The decline into a bear market in April encouraged demand for jewelry and coins around the world and physical demand increases for wedding seasons and religious festivals in Asia, including India and China, the biggest buyers throughout the second half of the year.
Following unprecedented monetary stimulus as part of Japan’s efforts to end deflation ‘Abenomics’ the yen depreciated 14 percent against the U.S. dollar. Gold purchased in U.S. dollars dropped 27 percent whilst the commodity fell 15 percent in yen this year resulting in an increase in gold imports to Japan that more than doubled to 7,686 kilograms in January to May, from 2,994 kilograms a year earlier, according to finance ministry data.
“Whilst global investors are taking advantage of the weakening yen, investing in sound cheap positions within Japan, locals investors within Japan are looking to place their money into solid tangible investments, currently gold with the added benefits exchange ratio to investment,” concluded Andrew Taylor Senior Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions at The Avanti Group.
The Avanti Group is an equity research house providing research and analysis outsourcing solutions for institutional financial traders worldwide, founded in early 2003.