11/12/2004 7:50:00 AM
NAPERVILLE, Ill., Nov 12, 2004 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- QSG has expanded their analyst staff with the addition of two skilled researchers, Carson Boneck and Temi Oyeniyi. Mr. Boneck and Mr. Oyeniyi will join the analyst team responsible for QSG's fast growing Factor Analyst(R) and Virtual Research Analyst(R) investment services.
Mr. Boneck joins QSG as a Quantitative Analyst. He was most recently a member of Charles Schwab's Investment Analytics division, formerly Chicago Investment Analytics. He earned a triple major in Finance, International Business & Spanish from the Indiana University. He is Chairman of the Candidate Services Advisory Group of the IASC and a CFA charterholder.
Mr. Temi Oyeniyi has also joined the firm as a Quantitative Analyst. He will coordinate the development of QSG's International Factor Analyst research service. Mr. Oyeniyi's international business experience makes him perfectly suited to lead the development of this valuable new service. Mr. Oyeniyi received a BS in Computer Science from the University of Lagos and an MBA from Vanderbilt University's Owen School of Management.
"Institutional equity managers recognize the terrific value proposition offered by our research and modeling efforts," said Tim Sargent, QSG's President. "A significant part of that value is the contribution of top-notch analysts like Temi and Carson." QSG's Virtual Research Analyst (VRA) is a web-based stock selection and analysis platform that delivers custom investment models. This service offers active equity managers the opportunity to efficiently integrate the signals of their favorite stock selection indicators to enhance stock picking. "Our dedication to custom investment models, efficiently tailored to each client, separates us from the competition," said Bola Olusanya, Manager of the VRA service. "The transparent partnership established with our clients gives them the confidence that they can achieve their own business goals, while realizing the value of outsourced solution."
"For institutional equity managers to succeed, they need to offer a unique investment solution," commented John Wightkin, QSG Managing Partner. "Our entire product line is designed to help them achieve that goal." The analysts that support the VRA service leverage QSG's broad 300+ library of stock selection indicators. The application's visual displays allow portfolio managers to quickly identify the intersection of their best signals and then simply click to see the characteristics of each stock. The VRA is an innovative tool that helps equity managers reduce information overload, focus on their best investment signals, without ignoring the value of considering multiple perspectives.