Equity Researcher CVS Group in Tokyo, announce the creation of a commodities advisory department for private investors.
Online PR News – 11-October-2013 – Chuo-ku Tokyo, Japan – As a boutique equity research house, CVS Group has since its formation in 2005 focussed its efforts on the analysis of small cap stocks for private and corporate investors; however, as of late 2014 the Company will cater to private commodities traders also. CEO Mr Hiroto Shizuka said “this is something we will not be offering to our corporate clients, and primarily the rationale behind the departments’ creation is to ensure CVS Group offers a fully rounded and comprehensive advisory service to its private clients.
At the present time CVS Groups private client advisory offers small cap selection, review and entry and exit strategies, and is moving into the blue chip arena also, but has yet to offer currency or commodities trading advice. Mr Hideki Yamamoto, Executive Director at CVS Group Tokyo said “this is just one of many innovations we have in the pipeline, CVS Group is in the process of aggressively expanding and by 2015 I hope we will be providing equity, commodities and currency trading advice, but of course this must be implemented gradually”.
“In the few days following CVS Group’s Aggressive Emerging Small-Cap fund creation announcement there has been a great deal of positive feedback from our client base, and I’m confident that we will receive the same response from those clients with regards to commodities also” said Mr Hideki Yamamoto, Executive Director.
The department’s official opening date is scheduled for August 31st 2014, but according to CEO Mr Hiroto Shizuka, may be brought forward to as early as April depending on client interest.
Mr Hiroto Shizuka
Mr Hideki Yamamoto, Executive Director at CVS Group Tokyo
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