Frontline Analysts Blog

Frontline Analysts in The New Yorker

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 international business press. 

One of whom, Dan Davies, has just had this provocative piece published in The New Yorker, about the Dodd-Frank Act. 

Why Big Banks Can't Imagine Their Own Demises

Do read it and as always, let us know what you think. 



Darren Sharma

Darren has been a credit analyst in the City of London for 23 years (there were also all-too-brief postings to Paris and Buenos Aires, which made the man, as you can imagine). In 2005 he founded Frontline Analysts to train smart people around the world to be great capital markets analysts. Hailing from Birmingham, Darren read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University.