On an equal footing

Credit analysts


Credit analysts are a curious bunch. Occasionally eccentric, often bespectacled, always enthusiastic about the sort of details others wouldn’t notice, they are necessarily bookish people. But some analysts are angry. They feel that prima donna portfolio managers get all the recognition for their hard work while they are ignored.

Fund management firms have a variety of ways of structuring analysts’ input and of rewarding them. Traditionally analysts have played second fiddle to portfolio managers

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