‘Unprecedented’ Changes to Japan’s Corporate Governance
Drew Edwards, portfolio manager at investment firm Advisory Research, was surprised recently by a couple of phone calls from Japan.
Advisory Research Finds Opportunity in Emerging Markets
Advisory Research in Chicago, an investor in the international small and SMid-cap market, on how it boosted its EM holdings.
Japan Seeks Deeper Relationship With Africa
Many African nations are more than just natural resource plays, and Japanese businesses, playing a growing role in the region, are poised to benefit.
International Small Caps Are One Crazy Ride
Advisory Research Managing Director Jonathan Brodsky focuses on the small-cap international space. Is he crazy, off-balance, a masochist, maybe?
India at the Crossroads
Beyond the exoticism and mystique that’s always been associated with India lies one of the greatest emerging market growth stories of recent times, one to which, until fairly recently, it seemed there could be no end.
2010 Q4 Earnings: Piper Jaffray Tops Estimates on Strong Sales
Net revenues for the investment bank’s capital-markets unit rose 18% in the quarter to $151 million.
Piper Jaffray Q2 Results Show Earnings Disappointment on Fixed Income Weakness
Piper Jaffray announced net income of $7.4 million, or $0.36 per diluted common share, for the second quarter ended June 30, 2010, compared to net income of $11.6 million, or $0.59 per diluted common share.