New York - Moroccan equity research analyst Youssef Squali was named in the top 1 percentile of TipRanks' Annual Ranking of Wall Street Research Analysts for 2015.
New York – Moroccan equity research analyst Youssef Squali was named in the top 1 percentile of TipRanks’ Annual Ranking of Wall Street Research Analysts for 2015.
Youssef Squali, the Global Head of Internet and Media Equity Research, and Naved Khan, Senior Vice President, were recognized in TipRanks’ Top 25 analysts for 2015, selected from 3,697 analysts measured, according to PR Newswire.
The annual ranking measures the accuracy of analysts’ stock calls and earnings estimates. Squali ranked 5th in Technology and Khan ranked 6th in Services.
“Cantor Fitzgerald places high priority in providing our clients with the highest quality market research and investment analysis across all industry sectors and for all asset classes,” Cantor Fitzgerald & Co. CEO Shawn P. Matthews said.
“We are pleased that Youssef and Naved have been recognized for their stellar equity research performance. We believe these rankings underscore our strong position as a leader in Internet, Media and Technology and Services research and are indicative of our research team’s commitment overall to superior market analysis and client service,” he added.
The Moroccan analyst has over ten years of experience in the finance and internet sectors. Bloomberg ranked him the top Internet and media analyst for Google, Facebook and Amazon.
In TipRanks’ 2014 rankings, he was ranked “Number 2 Analyst” across all industries.
He received the Wall Street Journal’s “Best on the Street 2011” and the Financial Times StarMine All-Star Analyst Award 2009.
Squali has a B.S. in Economics from the American Business School in Paris and an M.B.A from the University of Hartford.
Cantor Fitzgerald’s Vice President Khan was ranked “Number 4 Analyst” by Bloomberg on travel stocks in 2014, and “Number 3 Analyst” in 2013.
Cantor Fitzgerald & Co. is a leading capital markets investment bank serving more than 7,000 institutional clients around the world for the last 65 years.
The Wall Street-based financial services firm is recognized for its strengths in fixed income and equity capital markets, investment banking, prime brokerage, commercial real estate financing, and global distribution platform.
The successful Moroccan analyst leads one of 22 primary dealer firms authorized to trade U.S. government securities with The Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Cantor Fitzgerald & Co. employs 1,600 people serving clients in over 30 global locations in the Americas, Europe, Asia/Pacific, and the Middle East.