Frontline Analysts Blog


How to train your dragons: five little-known ways to activate the talent of analysts offshore

Sarah Baynes 08/09/16 12:20

A few years ago I was asked to take up the challenge of helping to fast track top level Indian analysts into global capital markets. I have worked at the forefront of communication for years,...

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The home front: managing home centre managers when augmenting

Darren Sharma 19/08/16 08:41

When introducing or upgrading an augmented research team, banks, asset managers and risk managers often hope that their home centre teams will automatically work out how to collaborate with these...

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How to convert lame outsourcing into energised outsourcing

Darren Sharma 08/07/16 11:48

Here are two things which I often hear from analysts who work with offshore resources, and I’ve been wondering how they can be consistent

- My offshore analysts are pretty poor. I have to train...

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What makes Frontline unique

Darren Sharma 20/06/16 10:17

I was recently asked this in a meeting with a senior team from a global bank. 

It's a great question and to answer it I had to go right back to beginning when I founded Frontline Analysts in 2005....

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Frontline Analysts cited as the partner for the future of banking

Darren Sharma 03/06/16 08:33

When thought leaders think how banks will manage costs in the future, they think of Frontline Analysts. Reuters cited us in this new article:. You can read the piece here.

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The FT on creating City jobs in lower-cost locations

Darren Sharma 19/05/16 13:24

The Financial Times wrote this week about a powerful new trend – locating jobs where they can be done most efficiently. Cost pressures are not new; nor are multiple locations. The new trend is...

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Should off-site locations use cutting-edge work practices?

Darren Sharma 04/05/16 11:55

Cutting edge-work practices are non-standard ways of working which tend to increase productivity in higher value added roles. They include valets to make your staff’s lives easier, life coaching...

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Frontline Analysts in The New Yorker

Darren Sharma 21/04/16 16:17

We have the best minds in the business mentoring and training our analysts. They aren't just experienced City and Wall St. veterans, but thought leaders who are regularly published in the...

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Training cross asset analysts

Daniel Davies 05/04/16 11:30

As we start expanding our service range to cover equity, derivatives and risk as well as credit research, we have needed to expand our training and development programs to dvelop the skills of our...

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Where are your Analysts?

Darren Sharma 23/03/16 10:30

As my friends of a certain age will understand, I often lose things. Do I lose things more than I did when I was a youth?  I’m not sure. But anyway, the solution is always the same – you need to...

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How to train your dragons: five little-known ways to activate the talent of analysts offshore

Sarah Baynes 08/09/16 12:20

A few years ago I was asked to take up the challenge of helping to fast track top level Indian analysts into global capital markets. I have worked at the forefront of communication for years,...

Read More

The home front: managing home centre managers when augmenting

Darren Sharma 19/08/16 08:41

When introducing or upgrading an augmented research team, banks, asset managers and risk managers often hope that their home centre teams will automatically work out how to collaborate with these...

Read More

How to convert lame outsourcing into energised outsourcing

Darren Sharma 08/07/16 11:48

Here are two things which I often hear from analysts who work with offshore resources, and I’ve been wondering how they can be consistent

- My offshore analysts are pretty poor. I have to train...

Read More

What makes Frontline unique

Darren Sharma 20/06/16 10:17

I was recently asked this in a meeting with a senior team from a global bank. 

It's a great question and to answer it I had to go right back to beginning when I founded Frontline Analysts in 2005....

Read More

Frontline Analysts cited as the partner for the future of banking

Darren Sharma 03/06/16 08:33

When thought leaders think how banks will manage costs in the future, they think of Frontline Analysts. Reuters cited us in this new article:. You can read the piece here.

Read More

The FT on creating City jobs in lower-cost locations

Darren Sharma 19/05/16 13:24

The Financial Times wrote this week about a powerful new trend – locating jobs where they can be done most efficiently. Cost pressures are not new; nor are multiple locations. The new trend is...

Read More

Should off-site locations use cutting-edge work practices?

Darren Sharma 04/05/16 11:55

Cutting edge-work practices are non-standard ways of working which tend to increase productivity in higher value added roles. They include valets to make your staff’s lives easier, life coaching...

Read More

Frontline Analysts in The New Yorker

Darren Sharma 21/04/16 16:17

We have the best minds in the business mentoring and training our analysts. They aren't just experienced City and Wall St. veterans, but thought leaders who are regularly published in the...

Read More

Training cross asset analysts

Daniel Davies 05/04/16 11:30

As we start expanding our service range to cover equity, derivatives and risk as well as credit research, we have needed to expand our training and development programs to dvelop the skills of our...

Read More

Where are your Analysts?

Darren Sharma 23/03/16 10:30

As my friends of a certain age will understand, I often lose things. Do I lose things more than I did when I was a youth?  I’m not sure. But anyway, the solution is always the same – you need to...

Read More