The LUSIGHT Story
LUSIGHT is an independent investment research firm with a focus on Global Markets, including the Emerging & Frontier Markets.

LUSIGHT was founded in 2004, and has been serving global institutional investors since then. Our research effort includes pre-IPO evaluations, fundamental data, consensus models, comps and analytics on a large universe of companies. In addition, we licence our research platform to third parties, including the sell-side, the buy-side and data vendors.

Meet the Executive Team
Paul Warme
is a co-founder of LUSIGHT, and currently serves as CEO. Paul has 18 years of international banking, M&A and capital markets experience. He began his career with Scotiabank's strategic investment group and was involved in evaluating and executing acquisitions in Latin America and Asia. He also spent two years in Chile advising Scotia's local affiliate on banking best practices, and one year in Mexico restructuring a distressed bank. Most recently Paul spent five years in New York as a senior analyst covering emerging markets financial institutions at Paribas and ING Barings, where he was also head of Latin America research.

A Canadian citizen, Paul holds an MA from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
Philip Harrison
is a co-founder of LUSIGHT and currently oversees the firm's technical platform and related research and development. Previously, Philip was the senior equity analyst covering Latin American financial institutions for ING Barings in London. While at ING, he helped develop a discounted cash flow software application used to value emerging market industrial and financial companies. For the past 11 years Philip has written extensively on financial institutions, accounting and valuation methodologies. He has extensive experience as a credit and equity analyst for a variety of firms, including Duff & Phelps, UBS Warburg, and ING Barings.

A U.S. citizen, Philip spent over 17 years in South Central Asia and Latin America. He received a Bachelor of Science in economics from the University of California, Riverside.