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📒The Recruiting Guide To Investment Banking ✍ Jerilyn J. Castillo
✏The Recruiting Guide to Investment Banking Book Summary : Intended to demystify what has historically been a closed-door world, The Recruiting Guide to Investment Banking provides insights into many of the formal and informal aspects of working on Wall Street. Here are answers to the questions you were reluctant to ask. From an insider's view of the hiring process and an understanding of life on the job to an introduction to the technical aspects of investment banking, this book is the equivalent of having an older sibling in the business.
📒Business Knowledge For It In Investment Banking ✍ Essvale Corporation Limited
✏Business Knowledge for IT in Investment Banking Book Summary : Gives the IT professional an insight into the business world of investment banking. This book contains 12 chapters that cover: a description of business divisions for and boutique investment banks; trends in investment banking; overview of the asset classes; the trading life cycle and how it maps to the software development life cycle; and more.
📒Investment Banking ✍ Zilla Efrat
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📒Investment Banking ✍ Giuliano Iannotta
✏Investment Banking Book Summary : From a historical point of view, the main activity of investment banks is what today we call security underwriting. Investment banks buy securities, such as bonds and stocks, from an issuer and then sell them to the ?nal investors. In the eighteenth century, the main securities were bonds issued by governments. The way these bonds were priced and placed is extraordinarily similar to the system that inve- ment banks still use nowadays. When a government wanted to issue new bonds, it negotiated with a few prominent “middlemen” (today we would call them investment bankers). The middlemen agreed to take a fraction of the bonds: they accepted to do so only after having canvassed a list of people they could rely upon. The people on the list were the ?nal investors. The middlemen negotiated with the government even after the issuance. Indeed, in those days governments often changed unilaterally the bond conditions and being on the list of an important middleman could make the difference. On the other hand, middlemen with larger lists were considered to be in a better bargaining position. This game was repeated over time, and hence, reputation mattered. For the middlemen, being trusted by both the investors on the list and by the issuing governments was crucial.
📒Investment Banking ✍ Samuel L. Hayes
✏Investment Banking Book Summary : Traces the evolution of international banking, focusing on the three principle markets of the investment banking industry
📒Investment Banking And Security Market Development Does Finance Follow Industry ✍ Bharat Narendra Anand
✏Investment Banking and Security Market Development Does Finance Follow Industry Book Summary : Long-term relationships between business firms and investment banks are pervasive in developed security markets and there is evidence that better monitoring and information result from these relationships. Therefore, security markets should allocate resources better when an investment banking industry exists. We study the necessary conditions for the emergence of sustainable relationships and explore whether policy can foster them. We show that policy can help alleviate the costs of relationships, but an investment banking industry will not emerge with only a small number of large firms.
📒The Investment Banking Handbook ✍ J. Peter Williamson
✏The Investment Banking Handbook Book Summary : Contents: Introduction. Investment Banking Today; Raising Capital; Transactional Activities; Specialized Financial Instruments; Tax-Exempt Financing; Broker Activities; Commercial Banks And Investment Banking; Investment Banking Outside the United States. Index. Appendix.
📒Competition In The Investment Banking Industry ✍ Samuel L. Hayes
✏Competition in the Investment Banking Industry Book Summary : Investment banks play a critically important role in channeling capital from investors to corporations. Not only do they float and distribute new corporate securities, they also assist companies in the private placement of securities, arrange mergers and acquisitions, devise specialized financing, and provide other corporate financial services. After sketching the history and evolution of investment banking, the authors describe the structure of the industry, focusing on the competitive forces at work within it today. They explore patterns of concentration and analyze the strategic and economic factors that underlie those patterns. The authors directly examine the pairing up of investment banks with their corporate clients. They show that the market is sharply segmented, with banks and corporate clients being matched in roughly rank order, the most prestigious banks with the largest, most powerful clients, and so on. Vigorous competition occurs within each segment, but much less between them. With the industry now confronting a changing regulatory environment, a growing tendency of clients to arrange their own financing, and increasing competition both from within and from commercial banks and foreign institutions, Competition in the Investment Banking Industry is essential reading for anyone interested in the future of investment banking.
📒Investment Banking Insider S Guide ✍ John Wise
✏Investment Banking Insider s Guide Book Summary : Wall Street, where dreams are made and destroyed. Investment banking is the typical training ground of the elite. While many want to enter, few are given the opportunity. This book serves as a pragmatic guide with tips on what to do as you try to break through what may seem to be an impenetrable door. Written by an ex-investment banker with real Wall Street experience at bulge bracket investment banking firms, it can help clarify the path that is often clouded or kept secret by those who would rather limit your access. If you are seriously considering investment banking on Wall Street as a career option, but do not have the connections that most seem to have, this guide will be one of the best investments you've made into your career. The author is someone that grew up on welfare with no special connections, and yet successfully found a way to break in; the book serves as a compilation of the insights gained from his experience.
📒Investment Banking ✍ Pratap Giri S.
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