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Stilian Morrison

Stilian has six years of of finance experience as a generalist across investment banking and deep value private equity. He previously worked as an Associate at HIG Capital's $4.5 billion credit and special situations fund, Bayside. Stilian has also worked at Deutsche Bank. He possesses a Masters in Finance from the University of Cambridge and graduated with honors as a double BA major in Applied Math and Economics from Pomona College.

Disclosure: The content Market Realist publishes should not be construed as investment advice, nor do the opinions expressed necessarily reflect the views of Interactive Buyside.

More From Stilian Morrison

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    Basic Materials

    Why Atlas Air Worldwide’s transformation will boost its earnings

    Atlas Air Worldwide (AAWW) is an outsourced global provider of aircraft and aviation operating services for airlines, express delivery providers, freight forwarders, the United States military, and charter brokers.

    By Stilian Morrison
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    Consumer

    Why GameStop’s video games segment looks optimistic

    The video game market is somewhat asynchronous or acyclical with the macroeconomic business cycle in that the timing of new consoles tends to dominate any broader retail trend.

    By Stilian Morrison
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    Industrials

    Airfreight business overview: A guide to companies like Atlas Air

    It is no secret that there has been a long-standing secular shift to other modes of freight transport (airfreight is 1% to 2% of global volume), but conversely, there has been a critical value shift.

    By Stilian Morrison
  • Industrials

    Why is Atlas Air fast-tracking its business diversification?

    Several carriers carved out a substantial profit center during the 2000s from cargo and passenger transportation of U.S. military deployments.

    By Stilian Morrison
  • Industrials

    Why Atlas Air’s freight business will support recovery in 2H2014

    Atlas is not a straightforward recovery story, and it will likely require some patience this year, but the underlying sector and company themes suggest the worst may be behind management.

    By Stilian Morrison
  • Industrials

    Must-know: A guide to Atlas Air’s valuation and public comps

    The company’s operating results during the fourth quarter were supported by the investments made to strengthen and diversify its business mix, including its 747-8 freighters in ACMI.

    By Stilian Morrison
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