Hasnain Malik

Tellimer Research

Strategy & Head of Equity Research @ Tellimer Research

Before joining Tellimer in 2014, Hasnain founded Frontier Alpha, a boutique research firm, and was a managing director at Citi in MENA investment research for 14 years. He was the first analyst to publish equity research on a number of companies in MENA and has been highly ranked by institutional investors since 1998, in many different sectors.


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Iraq election delay risks more protests

The risk is that the election delay triggers a resumption of mass protests (and the use of force against those protestors by militia threatened by any change to the status quo of formal politics). Protests kicked off in October 2019 and one of the co...
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Hasnain Malik @ Tellimer Research 20 January 2021
Iraq election delay risks more protests
Iraq election delay risks more protests

TSMC as key to chips as Middle East is to oil; a pointer for Biden's priorities

TSMC is the largest stock in the global EM index, the largest and most advanced outsourced semiconductor manufacturer and, arguably, right in the middle of the long-term tussle between the US and China over control of the Taiwan Strait and the techno...
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Hasnain Malik @ Tellimer Research 20 January 2021
TSMC as key to chips as Middle East is to oil; a pointer for Biden's priorities
TSMC as key to chips as Middle East is to oil; a pointer for Biden's priorities

Jobs matter more than votes: ESG pointers from Tunisia and Lebanon

Most would agree that economic stress, and specifically unemployment, breeds populism, and in extreme cases, radicalisation and insecurity. It is the EM echo of the message from Bill Clinton's 1992 election strategist James Carville, "It's the econom...
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Hasnain Malik @ Tellimer Research 18 January 2021
Jobs matter more than votes: ESG pointers from Tunisia and Lebanon
Jobs matter more than votes: ESG pointers from Tunisia and Lebanon

Vietnam's new leaders likely to pursue same policies

This event is not likely to alter the broadly positive top-down, long-term investment case in Vietnam equities. The shift to younger, more technocratically-minded leaders of the Party, the sort who have grown up in the era of market reforms and may b...
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Hasnain Malik @ Tellimer Research 18 January 2021
Vietnam's new leaders likely to pursue same policies
Vietnam's new leaders likely to pursue same policies

Vietnam: No punitive US tariffs despite currency manipulator label

Vietnam's manufacturing exports equated to 100% of GDP on average over the 2015-19 period, underpinning the 1.7% current account surplus (forecast for 2021 by the IMF) and the creation of jobs, and providing the impetus for consumption and constructi...
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Hasnain Malik @ Tellimer Research 17 January 2021
Vietnam: No punitive US tariffs despite currency manipulator label
Vietnam: No punitive US tariffs despite currency manipulator label

Kuwait Cabinet resignation reinforces tepid investment case

The top-down investment case in Kuwait equities is tepid and likely remains so: growth is low, fiscal deficit is high, valuation is not compelling relative to history or on an absolute basis, and the MSCI EM index-related inflows have run their cours...
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Hasnain Malik @ Tellimer Research 13 January 2021
Kuwait Cabinet resignation reinforces tepid investment case
Kuwait Cabinet resignation reinforces tepid investment case

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