Efraim Levy, a senior industry analyst in Standard & Poor’s U.S. Equity Research group, will discuss the state of the nation’s automobile business Thursday, November 20, at the next meeting of the International Motor Press Association.

Efraim Levy, a senior industry analyst in Standard & Poor’s U.S. Equity Research group, will discuss the state of the nation’s automobile business Thursday, November 20, at the next meeting of the International Motor Press Association.

The program begins with a noon reception followed by lunch, Levy’s presentation and a question-and-answer session. Tickets are $35 for IMPA members, $45 for others at the usual location, the 3 West Club, 3 West 51st Street, New York.

Levy’s S&P profile:

Efraim Levy, CFA

Efraim Levy is a Senior Industry Analyst in Standard & Poor’s U.S. Equity Research.  

Since October 1997, Mr. Levy has provided objective investment insight and buy/hold/sell recommendations on stocks on more than  30 consumer discretionary companies, including well known firms such as General Motors, Ford, Toyota, and Daimler. In 2008, Mr. Levy was acknowledged by the Wall Street Journal as among “The Best on the Street” for his stock picking prowess in the Autos and Auto Parts Industry.

Mr. Levy, who is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), is frequently quoted by major news and media organizations, providing financial commentary and analysis. Prior to his appointment to his current position, Mr. Levy served as a general equity analyst, primarily in the food, beverage, gaming & tobacco industries for four years. He was also, until early 2002, an Assistant Editor of Equity Insight, a monthly printed publication highlighting recent Standard & Poor’s research.

Prior to S&P, he served as a Senior Analyst, Mergers & Acquisitions at Investment Dealers Digest Information Services.

Mr. Levy received a B.A. in Economics from Yeshiva University.