Fixed income investors 2011 survey: Fixed income research and Best borrowers

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Euromoney's Fixed income research survey and Best borrowers survey asks investors to nominate the Best fixed income issuers globally and across a range of sectors and borrower types that matched categories in the research survey.



The survey is therefore in two parts: 


 

>Fixed income research survey

Institutional investors tell us which analysts have made the best calls in the past 12 months. An invaluable guide to investors looking to diversify their European portfolios. 

Best fixed income research house 2011: Results index

Overall results
Overall credit strategy 
Overall trade ideas

Credit research teams
Sovereigns
Supranational & Agencies
Banks
Non-Bank Financial Institutions
TMT
General Industries
Autos
Consumer Products & Retail
Utilities
High Yield
Covered Bonds & Pfandbriefe
Securitisation and ABS
Emerging Market Corporates
Emerging Market Sovereigns


Results based on the votes of the world’s largest 100 asset managers by AUM

Overall results
Overall credit strategy
Overall trade ideas

Credit research teams
Sovereigns
Supranational & Agencies
Banks
Non-Bank Financial Institutions
TMT
General Industries
Autos
Consumer Products & Retail
Utilities
High Yield
Covered Bonds & Pfandbriefe
Securitisation and ABS
Emerging Market Corporates
Emerging Market Sovereigns

  >Borrowers survey

Euromoney’s Best borrowers capture the most important names and trends seen across the globe during the past 12 months. 

Best borrowers 2011: Results index

Overall

By region
Western Europe
Emerging Europe
North America
Latin/Central America
Asia-Pacific/Australasia

By type
Sovereigns
Supranational & Agencies
Banks
Non-Bank Financial Institutions
TMT
General Industries
Autos
Consumer Products & Retail
Utilities
High Yield
Covered Bonds & Pfandbriefe
Emerging Market Corporates
Emerging Market Sovereigns
























>Methodology

Euromoney asked investors to nominate the best fixed income issuers both globally and across a range of sectors and borrower types that matched categories in the research poll.

The survey is therefore in two parts: best research house and best borrower.

Investors are asked to nominate their top three borrowers in each category based on issuance strategy, credit quality and investor relations.

They were also asked to nominate their top three credit research teams, or individuals, across the same categories.

Nominated firms are scored 4:3:2 for first, second and third place votes respectively in each survey. The scores are then totalled for each individual category and these scores totalled for the overall table.

In total 1,820 investors took part, an increase of 4.7% on last year, of which 1,800 valid responses were received for the fixed-income research part of the poll; 941 valid responses were received for the best borrowers part of the poll which included individual nominations for 815 separate borrowers.

If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Tim Moxon, head of research, at tmoxon@euromoneyplc.com