Equity Research

Bucking the trend of ‘research as a commodity product’, WOOD offers real insight into a dynamic but thinly-covered region. Our clients depend on us for information they can find nowhere else. The team of 22 analysts provides original, unbiased stock and industry research on Emerging and Frontier Europe.

Small caps are analysed with as much care and depth as liquid blue chips. We mine the landscape for investible, off-benchmark companies, providing ‘overlooked’ exposure to CEE.

Boasting the top-ranked CEE Analyst Team in Extel, year in, year out, WOOD tailors its services to the investment needs of each client. We embrace a ‘matrix’ approach: strong regional sector coverage for comparative analysis, underpinned by country-specific expertise.

With close to 200 companies covered in over 15 countries, we are specialists, but with an enviable breadth. We tie this all together with equity-relevant macro and strategy views.

WOOD is delighted to introduce its award winning team.

Research Team

Bram Buring, CFA | Equity Analyst

Bram Buring, CFA

Equity Analyst

Atinc Ozkan | Equity Analyst

Atinc Ozkan *

Equity Analyst

Can Yurtcan | Senior Analyst

Can Yurtcan *

Senior Analyst

Jakub Caithaml | Equity Analyst

Jakub Caithaml

Equity Analyst

Miguel Dias | Equity Analyst

Miguel Dias

Equity Analyst

Peter Palovič | Equity Analyst

Peter Palovič

Equity Analyst

* in association with WOOD & Company Financial Services, a.s.

Coverage Universe

Our teams are located in Warsaw, Prague, Bucharest, Bratislava, Milan and London. In 2010 we expanded our product footprint to Russia and Turkey by hiring a group of senior professionals from leading houses in European Emerging Markets. With this step we have complemented our traditionally strong position in Central Europe, built up over the past two decades.

Austria
Bulgaria
Czech Republic
Croatia
Cyprus
Estonia
Georgia
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Israel
Kazakhstan
Lithuania
North Macedonia
Poland
Romania
Saudi Arabia
Slovenia
Turkey
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
Addiko Bank
CA Immo
Erste Bank
OMV AG
RBI