Asian bank research, without the noise - The Tabbush Report
Posted by John Smith on August 8th, 2014
The Tabbush Report offers members financial analysis of Asian banks advisory, primarily focused on the income statement and balance sheet, but also on the economies in which they operate to institutional investors who wish to receive such analysis. We are delighted to offer bank research consultancy services under the banner of The Tabbush Report. Our services will be exclusive to a very limited number of clients, at a negotiated rate.
The Tabbush Report does not provide investment advice and it does not provide any recommendations on stocks.We are delighted to offer bank research consultancy services under the banner of The Tabbush Report. Our services will be exclusive to a very limited number of clients, at a negotiated rate. The focus is Asian bank financial analysis, from Australia, to India, to Japan and countries in between. A typical consultancy package will include several Tabbush Report notes during the year, shorter Espresso notes, as well as bespoke analysis.
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Daniel Tabbush made his name analyzing banks in Thailand, highlighting bad loan risks for Thai banks before and after the Thai Financial Crisis. He is known for extolling the unusual positives of Japan’s mega banks in 2005, and the risks likely to hit HSBC from its US subprime loan operations, in 2006. More recently, when most were concerned with nearly all Western banks in late 2008, Tabbush highlighted the positive outlook for Standard Chartered Bank.
He was Head of Asian Bank research for the last 10 years at CLSA, overseeing 10 analysts in Asia and coverage of approximately 80 banks. Before that he was responsible for Thai bank research, firstly at Swiss Bank Corp in 1993 and then at CLSA beginning in 1996. Daniel grew up in Los Angeles, graduated from University of California, San Diego in Economics, cum laude and with Phi Beta Kappa honors. He lives with his wife and kids in Bangkok and he enjoys running, cooking and playing chess.