In the past year the notion of star analysts, especially in equity, has been placed under the microscope. Wall Street equity analysts have had their honesty, integrity and impartiality scrutinised, and many have been found acutely wanting – although only two have been singled out for censure, Citigroup’s Jack Grubman and Merrill Lynch’s Henry Blodget. And the culture of the star analyst has been blamed as part of the problem.

But Credit’s Analysts of the Year Awards have always

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