Deutsche Securities Inc. expands Global Markets Research coverage with appointment of Auto Parts and Tires analyst
Tokyo, Deutsche Securities Inc. (DSI) today announced it will expand the coverage of its Global Markets Research department to the Auto Parts and Tires sector with the appointment on June 14, 2010 of Takashi Moriwaki as Vice President and Analyst. Mr. Moriwaki will work in partnership with Autos sector analyst Kurt Sanger.
Mr. Moriwaki was ranked third in the 2010 Nikkei Veritas Analyst Rankings for his coverage of the Auto Parts sector. He joins DSI from Nomura Securities Co., Ltd. where he was auto parts analyst from 2007. Mr. Moriwaki began his career with Nomura Securities in 1995, initially working in equity sales before working as an analyst in U.S. stocks in 2005.
The appointment of Mr. Moriwaki follows a series of key appointments by Global Markets Research in the last year, including Naoki Kamiyama as Managing Director and Chief Equity Strategist (May 4, 2009); Yoshio Ando as Director and Senior Analyst for the Telecommunications sector (June 15, 2009); Koichiro Yano as Director and Senior Analyst for the Insurance & Brokerage sector (August 3, 2009); Takahiro Kazahaya as Director and Senior Analyst for the Retail sector (September 7, 2009); Yoshinobu Yamada as Managing Director and Senior Analyst for the Banking sector (September 15, 2009); Masayuki Nagano as Director and Senior Analyst for the Trading Companies sector (November 16, 2009); and most recently, Yoji Otani as Managing Director and Senior Analyst for both the Housing & Real Estate, and Construction sectors (May 19, 2010).
Orlando Faulks, Managing Director and Head of Global Markets Research at DSI, commented, “Building on our consistent commitment to the Japanese market and our considerable global market footprint, we continue to expand our research coverage to ensure clients find the most insightful access to Japanese equities through Deutsche Bank Group.”
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