HONG KONG, March 31, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The first Blue Paper is entitled "Brazil's Infrastructure: Paving the Way." Neilson Capital analysts recommend two ways to participate in the expected growth of Brazil's infrastructure sector.
Neilson Capital's Head of Latin American Private Client Division, Mr. Sandro Oliveira said "The Blue Paper underscores our focus on long-term investment themes that integrate the insights of our economists, equity strategists and equity analysts. This product highlights our commitment to putting clients at the forefront of the most timely investment debates."
Additional highlights from the report consisted of how strong secular forces will continue to drive emerging economies' growth out-performance relative to developed economies for the foreseeable future - but infrastructure will be the key challenge.
Neilson Capital's Chief Investment Officer, Mr. Michael Edwards said: "Brazil must double its infrastructure investment rate if it wants to live up to its growth expectations as a BRIC member. The World Cup this summer will almost certainly live up to expectations and boost Brazil's infrastructure and propel Brazil to the next level."
Neilson Capital's Director of Foreign Exchange, Mr. Craig Manning also went on to say: "Brazil will rise to the occasion and, over time, will achieve our base case scenario assumption of infrastructure spending of 14 percent of GDP."
Neilson Capital was founded by our 4 Senior Directors; Brothers Richard Neilson (Managing Director) and Arthur Neilson (Director of Operations and Finance), together with Michael Tsang (Director and Head of Treasury) and Francis Knight (Director of Risk and Compliance).
Neilson Capital opened in January of 1997 in Hong Kong with nearly 100 years of operational investment experience within our four founding fathers alone and the company has blossomed ever since. Their experience alone affords a deep expertise and previously proven ability and know-how in providing high-class offshore wealth management services to private retail investors, high-net-worth individuals and families. This was an invaluable foundation on which the company has been built on and continued to flourish to this day.
After the economic collapse in late 2008 we had to reassess our business model despite not being directly affected as unlike many of our competitors we had no exposure to sub-prime investments. We did however start actively seeking private retail investors who wanted the same levels of service, solid returns and access to otherwise traditionally been the preserve of institutions, sovereign wealth funds and family trust. At this time we also changed the name of our firm from Neilson, Neilson, Tsang and Knight & Company to Neilson Capital.
As part of our expansion, we have added branch offices in Shanghai (2009), Taipei (2010) and Tokyo (2013) following acquisitions of regional firms with an established footprint in these important markets.
From this proactive approach, Neilson Capital have steadily grown our private retail investor division with it now accounting for nearly 60% of our overall business and growing. The majority of this growth has been down to word-of-mouth business which is a fact that we are very proud of and testament to the quality of service we provide each and every one of our clients no matter who they are.
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