Aegis Capital Corp

Aegis Capital Corp

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Aegis Capital Corp. Hires Former Bank Hapoalim Staff


New York-based Aegis Capital Corp. serves its clients as a boutique investment bank and financial advisory firm. Since the mid-1980s, the bank has offered high-quality, individually focused wealth and asset management assistance, as well as brokerage services and securities trading. Aegis Capital Corp., under the direction of chairman and CEO Robert Eide, recently added two prestigious new hires to its Corporate and Global Fixed Income division.

Both Michael Agulla and Dave Johnson were most recently part of the team at Bank Hapoalim. Mr. Agulla served at Hapoalim Securities as a vice president for close to a decade, concentrating on corporate and sovereign debt in emerging markets, as well as convertible high-yield issues. Mr. Johnson spent his most recent 12 years at the bank, capping a career focused on fixed income trades and high-yield oil and gas commodities.

Bank Hapoalim, headquartered in Tel Aviv, is one of Israel’s major institutions, with offices in New York and around the world in nations that include the United Kingdom, Mexico, Russia, Canada, and Turkey. It received a 2015 recognition as Bank of the Year in Israel from The Banker, a magazine produced under the imprint of the Financial Times in London.

Monday, June 20, 2016

Research and Analytics Services at Moody’s




Friday, June 10, 2016

Online Sources for Basic Information on Investing



Aegis Capital Corp. works from its New York headquarters to provide a range of financial advisory and wealth management services. Established in 1984, the investment bank conducts research through liaising with experts in business and industry with the goal of assembling high-quality, differentiated information. Aegis Capital Corp. staff members understand that by offering finely tuned alternative scenario analysis, they can help customers pinpoint potential new avenues for long-term investment.

This kind of research is vital to the operation of any financial advisory firm. While the typical layperson lacks the resources to conduct investigations of this quality, a few basic research tools can assist anyone in becoming a more knowledgeable investor. A number of respected online resources in the financial field, including Investopedia.com, offer tutorials that teach the basics of fundamental analysis for beginners in investing. Investopedia additionally offers an extensive glossary of terms related to finance, as well as articles that cover individual topics in detail.

Nerdwallet.com is another excellent resource that provides links to information on automobile insurance, credit cards, mortgages, and investing. The site strives to make sure that the language used in its articles is clear and easy to understand.

The popular “For Dummies” series of books covers scores of topics, including finance and investing. The brand also offers an online presence at ForDummies.com, where its pages on personal finance offer information on, for example, calculating investment risk and ascertaining a company’s worth.

Finally, the Aegiscapcorp.com website provides an updated newsfeed with stories related to finance and investing.

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Tax-Deferred 403(b) Retirement Plans for Education Employees


Based in New York with a presence spanning the East Coast, Aegis Capital Corp. is a well-established broker-dealer that utilizes proprietary analysis in providing integrated institutional and retail services. Within a retail setting, Aegis Capital Corp. handles a wide range of IRA plans, as well as 403(b) retirement planning.

Employees of educational institutions and certain nonprofit organizations can access the 403(b) as a tax-deferred strategy of saving money for retirement. Unlike formula-based pensions, where retirement payout reflects set factors, from salary to years of service, 403(b) plans are self-directed and voluntary. Payouts thus reflect the amount of money that has been allocated into the vehicle by the employee.

While 403(b) plans can be self-standing, they are traditionally designed as a way of supplementing 401(k) pensions. It pays to shop around for the right provider, as they are not as strictly regulated as their defined-benefit cousins. Finding a low-fee provider can be essential in maximizing the benefits accrued from this type of retirement plan.