Training Program Offering

Our program offers a range of services to improve sell side analysts’ core skills, respond to their specific individual needs, inform their direct managers of their learning objectives, and create bonds with the buy side.

Training Classes

Training Classes

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1-2-1 Mentoring

1-2-1 Mentoring

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Manager Presentations

Manager Presentations

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Buy Side/Sell Side

Sell Side / Buy Side Events

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“Denny Ellison’s training was extremely helpful for me. I would recommend it to analysts who are looking to accelerate their progress and deepen their knowledge and skill base.”

Equity Research Analyst, London, UK

Example of Program Timeline

We believe that improving the way analysts work involves taking them on a journey.

The program depicted below allows analysts to implement relevant learning outcomes to their current positions and reach key developmental milestones, through close follow-up and mentoring sessions, following a block of training classes.

Flexible and customised offering

Each sell side research firm has different requirements when it comes to training their analysts in accordance with their own approach and culture.

We have designed our material to be compatible with most research house standards.

We aim to find out about your needs and put together a program that would further your objectives.

This includes helping to 1) make analysts more productive, and 2) get objectives met with regards to upcoming regulations such as MiFID II.

The number of desired modules, follow-up classes, mentoring sessions and presentations to direct managers is discussed on a case by case basis with each of our clients.

Expected results

We aim to improve and even transform the way analysts currently work so that they really focus on productivity, efficiency and producing value-added research.

By the end of the program, analysts should be able to contribute to their research departments’ revenues more quickly.

They should be much further along the path of being able to build their own models, construct a solid investment case, initiate on their own companies with an impactful report, cover their own stocks, deliver a strong pitch to sales, and bring in recognition and/or revenue from clients.

Analysts should also have a better understanding of their career path and goals. They should be able to prioritise their tasks better, allocate their time more efficiently and focus on what is really essential for the job.