UK- Standard & Poor's has appointed eight new analysts to its European equity research team.
Tony Silverman has been appointed insurance and other financials analyst at S&P Equity Research, and joined from PWC, where he headed up the global insurance research institute.
Bill Mack has transferred from S&P’s New York office, where he was an industry Analyst covering consumer discretionary stocks.
The other appointments are: Teea Reijonen (Finnish equity analyst), Carl Short (European Food & Beverage analyst), Alex Wisch (pan-European Media analyst), Robert Quinn (assistant European strategist, Jan-Sigurd Sorensen (oil services analyst), and Hillary Jarvis (head of editorial & production)
The appointments mean S&P’s research team now has over 35 analysts with more than 200 companies under coverage.
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