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Kristian Camenzuli

Investment Manager

Kristian earned the CFA charter on 11th August 2015 and is a member of the CFA society of the UK. He graduated with Honours in Economics from the University of Malta in 2005.

Kristian is an Investment Manager at Calamatta Cuschieri specialising in blue-chip equities. He co-manages Calamatta Cuschieri’s Euro Equity Fund and carries out in depth analysis on international equities. He is also an IM for other funds for which Calamatta Cuschieri Investment Management is appointed Investment Manager and sits on a number of investment committees.

My Blog Posts

  • 06744 CC Trader Talk V2
  • Renault – Are the shares still a buy?

    Full Story | - Investment Manager | 26th November 2018
    Shares of Renault came under pressure last week after the arrest of Carlos Ghosn for serious misconduct including systematic understatement of his Nissan compensation and misuse of company assets.Who is Carlos Ghosn?Carlos Ghosn is the .
  • 06744 CC Trader Talk V2
  • Allianz – A stock that continues to deliver

    Full Story | - Investment Manager | 12th November 2018
    Following Allianz’s Q3 2018 results, we maintain our BUY recommendation on the stock and Price Target of €207.We like Allianz for the following reasons:- Very well capitalised- Buybacks- Strong management provides confidence- Indicative Gross Dividend .
  • 06744 CC Trader Talk V2
  • Unilever – We Still Like the Stock

    Full Story | - Investment Manager | 24th September 2018
    We reviewed our model on Unilever and maintain our Buy recommendation on the stock. We reduced our price target from €56 to €53.50.Our valuation model assumes continued improvement in operating margins in the foreseeable future .
  • 06744 CC Trader Talk V2
  • Share Dividends vs Share Buybacks

    Full Story | - Investment Manager | 17th September 2018
    While European companies prefer dividends (to the tune of 70%) as the biggest form of shareholder returns, US companies prefer share buybacks (58%).While the dividend yield on US stocks is almost half that on European .