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Teddy was among the top 3 shipping sell-side analysts, in my view. He has very good fundamental knowledge about the sectors and companies he covered. His calls had help us to make a lot of money (and I guess for other investors as well). It's a shame that he left the sell-side but I am sure he will be succeed in his new career.
Ted is trustworthy, in depth and professional in his job.
Teddy is a very personable individual and is extremely knowledgeable towards the shipping industry. He has a very deep understanding of the industry dynamics and operations, especially when it comes to shipping companies with an Asian angle. In addition, he is able to frame his thoughts and ideas well and convey them in a very understandable manner.
Teddy's work ethic is of the highest standard and as a result produced insightful and impactful research that clients responded to favourably. His presentation skills are excellent as he was able to convey his ideas and difficult concepts in a simple and easy-to-understand manner. In addition, Teddy is personable and it was a pleasure working in the same department as him.
Teddy is very knowledgeable in the shipping sector. Besides research, he plays active roles in deal sourcing, investment analysis and deal structuring. He is highly motivated and delivers his assignments well above expectation. He is a valuable asset to the team.
I have known Teddy for some time and I have always appreciated his insight of the shipping markets and his thorough analysis of pertinent issues and events. Teddy brings a well established network of professional contacts in shipping and relevant industries, and I am confident that he's will an asset with may projects or companies that he may be involved.
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