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Jean-Louis Lafayeedney

Director, Equity Research

Haitong International Securities Group Limited

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Haitong International Securities Group Limited

22/F Li Po Chun Chambers 189 Des Voeux Road

Central, Central and Western,

China

Company Description

Haitong International Securities Group Limited ("Haitong International"; Stock Code: 665.HK) is an international financial institution with established presence in Hong Kong and a rapidly expanding network across the globe. It strives to serve as a bridge link...more

Background Information

Employment History

Technology Analyst

Japaninvest Group plc


Cranfield School of Management


Equity Research Analyst @ Societe Generale Ji Asia

Societe Generale SA


Associate Director

Butterfield Bank Limited


Corporate Finance Executive

Evolution Securities China Limited


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New Tech Products: Sony's Self-Flying Drones, Electronic Paper Watches | Fortune.com

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"Hirai encouraging internal innovation fosters a certain ambition among employees who then feel enfranchised, but this looks like it will remain a sideshow at present," said Jean-Louis Lafayeedney, an analyst at Haitong International Securities Group Ltd., the only one out of 29 tracked by Bloomberg who has a sell rating on the stock.
Lafayeedney said Sony has looming issues that need to be addressed, such as a large, domestic insurance business that will suffer from Japan's worsening demographics and negative interest rates. He also said management at the film division is too reliant on sequels and remakes.


Evolution Securities China

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Jean-Louis Lafayeedney |
Corporate Finance Jean-Louis Lafayeedney Jean-Louis is a Corporate Finance Executive who joined Evolution China in September 2007. Jean-Louis' formative education was at French school but moved to the UK at the age of 12. A graduate from the University of Leeds with a BA (Hons) in Modern Chinese Studies he thereupon spent three years in Shanghai studying for a Masters degree in economics whilst completing internships in the Evolution offices in both London and Shanghai. Jean-Louis speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese.


Advett: Publications :: For Lenovo, ThinkPad turnaround provides blueprint for Motorola handset future

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"I'm expecting a slowdown in the underlying, organic business," said Jean-Louis Lafayeedney, a Hong Kong-based technology analyst at JI Asia, an affiliate of Societe Generale.
"It will be at least a year before Lenovo can turn around growth," he said, speaking before Yang's comments. "They did not have a choice, they had to acquire a business to take their smartphones to the developed markets," said Lafayeedney.


www.newsobserver.com

Lenovo is doing very well on the mobile side, Jean-Louis Lafayeedney, an analyst at JI Asia in Hong Kong, told Bloomberg News.


www.afr.com

"The China smartphone industry is very difficult to make money from, if you look at most Chinese players they're not making money at the moment," said Jean-Louis Lafayeedney, a Hong Kong-based technology analyst at JI Asia, an affiliate of Societe Generale.
"The fact that Lenovo is going overseas with Motorola is probably not a bad thing and may come at a good time actually," he said.


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