Hendren Group is a financial management and investment company dealing with investment methods and strategies. Based in Tokyo boasting a large base of private clients and a well skilled team of advisors, they conduct research and then subsequently develop short and long-term systematic approaches to achieving optimum returns on investments for themselves, their associates and for their current client base.
One of Hitachi’s big profit making divisions in Hitachi Rail Ltd last week announced with the backing of the United Kingdom’s Secretary of State for transport Mr. Patrick McLoughlin the replacement of the current East Coast train fleet with Hitachi class 800 series trains, giving the Japan based company new revenue that is set to be worth over ¥181 billion. The company is negotiating and has in production a number of substantial rail deals now online within Europe, additional announcements were made of a new major contract in Vietnam set to begin.
“Hitachi’s diversity is the key to its success, they are involved in almost all areas of business, and they take advantage when the Yen is high in its home markets and overseas when the Yen is weak. At Hendren Group, we are always following large Japanese corporations on our home ground for an opportunity to make solid returns for our clients. This is an opportune time to move into this growing sector, analytical reports following our past buy recommendation in October 2012 show that the share value could still be as much as 50% undervalued, with projections pushing through the ¥900 barrier by early next year,” said David Holmes Senior Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions at the Hendren Group.
Hitachi is already a trusted and respected name in manufacturing communications and electronic equipment, its heavy electrical and industrial machinery make it the largest in company of its type in Japan and the Companies diverse product lines range from kitchen appliances to nuclear power systems. Hitachi also controls subsidiaries in wire, cable and metal industries Railway and railway stock as well as a large chemical industries division. Hitachi are traded on the Japanese stock exchange and since its formation in 1910 it has become one of Japans most well established companies employing over 324,000 people worldwide, its current share price is great value especially looking at their recent profits surge.
Hendren Group read all these signals as signs that the growth within this corporation is set to expand yet again, reaffirmed by the announcement made last month of an order from Peoples Committee of Ho Chi Minh City for the construction of Vietnam’s first urban railway system. Hitachi is a great example of a company that has the ability to fulfill on their great diversity with a vast grip around global sectors. This newly founded contract is valued at just under ¥40 billion and will no doubt be the start of a collaboration that will benefit both Vietnam and Hitachi for years to come.
“Over the course of the last 9 months we have been securing sound positions for clients in this lucrative stock with a recent upsurge due to the weakening yen giving this company great value to our overseas investors,” said David Holmes and concluded by saying. “We have been following the many areas where Hitachi has been growing within the vast number of sectors it covers, with current world demand for their expertise on the rise and their vast knowledge of so many areas of business, investing in this stock is something that we can put in front of our clients with a great deal of confidence.”
Hendren Group is set to continue to advise clients to acquire shares within the Asian markets adding to successful diversified portfolios.
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Hendren Group is a financial management and investment company based in Tokyo, Japan and has satellite offices in major cities in Asia.
Founded in 2000 by a group of professionals in the financial sector, Hendren Group has the expertise in investment and corporate finance.
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