What Drives Analysts Crazy? Ten Best and Worst IR Practices for Working with Sell-Side Analysts

Brian Pittman’s exclusive interview this week: Jeffrey S. Cohen, Senior Research Analyst, C.K. Cooper & Company Not surprisingly, analysts can often be outspoken—and C. K. Cooper & Company’s Jeffrey Cohen is no exception. As the senior research analyst in the full-service investment bank’s healthcare research department, his honesty, professionalism and willingness to share best and worst practices are exemplary. So much so, in fact, that he recently spoke April 6th at NYC’s Yale Club on the topic of “Attracting and Working with Sale Side Analysts” at the CCG-MZ IR Global Rankings conference. Cohen has a strong background analyzing both debt and equity securities in the $2 trillion U.S. healthcare industry, including complex scientific data and developments specific to medical devices, capital equipment, technology and diagnostics. For the past three years, he has developed and presented detailed fundamental analytical reports and financial models for more than 14 publicly traded and privately held medical technology companies with over $8 billion in aggregate market capitalization.Read more…

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