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Community, Communication DesignThe Avanti Group alerts investors about Australian Dollar woes while pointing to Japans increasing strength. The Avanti Group the equities research house based in Tokyo have today drawn their clients based in Australia attention to the great prospects Japan has to offer, highlighting the benefits of investing in this growing sector. As Australia’s currency reaches new strengths, exporting declines putting strain on the country’s industries, however this opens up great potential for investment outside the country. “We are recommending investors check their positions concerning the markets associated with Australia and directing them towards solid investments linked to the Japanese recovery. As the strong Australian Dollar strains the manufacturing industry, Australians should be using this strong dollar to invest outside Australia to protect its current worth before control is regained and its value shrinks,” today commented Andrew Taylor, the Senior Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions at The Avanti Group. Ford Australia divisions Falcon model has always been driven by Australia’s ‘Mad Max’, having rolled off a Melbourne production line for more than 50 years is now potentially coming to an end due to the currency woes, making Max’s last of the V8’s a reality. What will the next sequel for ‘Mad Max’ feature? Driving a Japanese hybrid, it is a great possibility as Honda, Toyota, Mazda and other Asian carmaker’s sales are growing. “Now is the time Australians in pa...
Posted June 28, 2013 in The Avanti Group Tokyo Japan
Community, Communication DesignThe Avanti Group believes Med- Tech innovations encourage future investment as robotic surgical devices win with legal approval. Intuitive Surgical makes robotic ‘surgeons’ that are regularly in use in prostate, hysterectomy and other surgical procedures. The company defended itself and set a precedent by a winning a case brought against them for claims of injuries allegedly caused by the robotic ‘surgeons’ work. The Avanti Group noted that a jury in Washington State recently cleared the company and its da Vinci Surgical System, from any culpability in the death of Fred Taylor. Fred, who underwent several procedures after the robotic surgery unfortunately, met his demise some four years later leading to the attempt to place blame on the machine’s work. Rejection by a jury has renewed faith in this now established field. “We are advising investors that this action is a sign of the legal overcast clearing in relation to high tech medical innovations under development or testing. These companies have been identified to offer solid gains in the future. Now is the right time to make moves leading to substantial profits,” said Michael Johnson, the Head of Investment Analysis at The Avanti Group. The Sunnyvale, California based company has made $2.2 billion in revenue last year and received almost all the funds from its da Vinci Surgical System and products. The system was originally developed under a U.S. Army contract to build a system for remote-controlled battlefield surg...
Posted June 24, 2013 in The Avanti Group Tokyo Japan
The Avanti Group’s Richard Armitage and Marcus Hill to Join the 5th International IFABS CONFERENCE NOTTINGHAM 2013
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The Avanti Group’s Director of Private Equity, Richard Armitage, and Head of Principal Investments, Marcus Hill, will attend the coming 5th International IFABS CONFERENCE NOTTINGHAM 2013 on June 26-28 at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK.
Celebrating its successful transition into its fifth year of existence since 2008, International Finance and Banking Society (IFABS) continues to “raise awareness of the importance of banking and finance for economic development and the well-being of members of society.” The conference hopes to bring together experts from over 60 countries around the world to the historic city of Nottingham “to consider, collaborate and create ideas and solutions for the coming years.”
The conference theme is: "The Search for Financial Stability: Models, Policies and Prospects".
Through this conference, the Avanti Group hopes to gain added muscle for its goal of providing research and analysis outsourcing solutions for global institutional financial traders. The company’s efficient strategies for identifying undervalued investment instruments owes to its meticulous collection of information, precise review & analysis techniques, and effective trend identification, making the company a byword of success.
The hard work and due diligence that Avanti Group provides for its clients made possible the company’s advancement in the investment community. Hence, the company shares IFABS’ goal of enhancing awareness by pro...
Posted June 20, 2013 in The Avanti Group Tokyo Japan
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May 18, 2013 - Tokyo, Japan –
Senior Vice-President Andrew Taylor and Head of Principal Investments Marcus Hill attended the recently held 2013 Applied Finance Conference of the Financial Management Association International (FMA) on May 17, 2013 at St. John’s University (Manhattan Campus), New York City.
This third annual Applied Finance Conference was co-sponsored by St. John’s University, Journal of Applied Science and Alois J. theis Endowment in Global Finance. The one-day event featured high-quality research presentations on the theme “The New World of Global Finance, Markets, Investments and Risk Management”. FMA also offered innovative and insightful approaches to contemporary issues on finance.
Founded in Tokyo in 2003, The Avanti Group is an equity-research house that provides research and analysis-outsourcing solutions for institutional financial traders globally. Its success hinges on its successful method of identifying undervalued investment instruments through data collection, review & analysis techniques, and trend identification.
The Conference gave opportunity for Avanti professionals to gain fresh research information and strategies on finance and investment from other financial managers so as to maintain the company’s excellent service to its institutional clients. Its limited service in portfolio advisory management will stand to gain as the company seeks to enhance its public relations program through such interaction with other practit...
Posted June 15, 2013 in The Avanti Group Tokyo Japan