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Career Investment Banker


career investment banker
    investment banker
  • a banker who deals chiefly in underwriting new securities
  • (investment bankers) (p. 613) Specialists who assist in the issue and sale of new securities.
  • An investment bank is a financial institution that assists corporations and governments in raising capital by underwriting and acting as the agent in the issuance of securities. An investment bank also assists companies involved in mergers and acquisitions, derivatives, etc.
    career
  • move headlong at high speed; "The cars careered down the road"; "The mob careered through the streets"
  • the general progression of your working or professional life; "the general had had a distinguished career"; "he had a long career in the law"
  • Move swiftly and in an uncontrolled way in a specified direction
  • the particular occupation for which you are trained
career investment banker - The Accidental
The Accidental Investment Banker: Inside the Decade that Transformed Wall Street
The Accidental Investment Banker: Inside the Decade that Transformed Wall Street
Jonathan A. Knee had a ringside seat during the go-go, boom-and-bust decade and into the 21st century, at the two most prestigious investment banks on Wall Street--Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. In this candid and irreverent insider's account of an industry in free fall, Knee captures an exhilarating era of fabulous deal-making in a free-wheeling Internet economy--and the catastrophe that followed when the bubble burst.
Populated with power players, back stabbers, celebrity bankers, and godzillionaires, here is a vivid account of the dramatic upheaval that took place in investment banking. Indeed, Knee entered an industry that was typified by the motto "first-class business in a first-class way" and saw it transformed in a decade to a free-for-all typified by the acronym IBG, YBG ("I'll be gone, you'll be gone"). Increasingly mercenary bankers signed off on weak deals, knowing they would leave them in the rear-view mirror. Once, investment bankers prospered largely on their success in serving the client, preserving the firm, and protecting the public interest. Now, in the "financial supermarket" era, bankers felt not only that each day might be their last, but that their worth was tied exclusively to how much revenue they generated for the firm on that day--regardless of the source. Today, most young executives feel no loyalty to their firms, and among their clients, Knee finds an unprecedented but understandable level of cynicism and distrust of investment banks.
Brimming with insight into what investment bankers actually do, and told with biting humor and unflinching honesty, The Accidental Investment Banker offers a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes of the most powerful companies on Wall Street.

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Alexandra Paul - More than just a Baywatch Babe PICT0113x
Alexandra Paul - More than just a Baywatch Babe PICT0113x
Alexandra Paul From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Alexandra Paul Alexandra Paul at the Sundance Film Festival in 2006 Born Alexandra Elizabeth Paul July 29, 1963 (1963-07-29) (age 46) New York City, New York, U.S. Occupation Actress Years active 1982–present Spouse(s) Ian Murray (2000-present) Alexandra Elizabeth Paul (born July 29, 1963) is an American actress. She is probably best known for her role as Lt. Stephanie Holden in the television series Baywatch from 1992–97. She has starred in over 60 movies and television programs Biography Personal life Paul was born in New York City, the daughter of Sarah, a social worker, and Mark Paul, an investment banker.[1] Paul is married to triathlon coach Ian Murray and has competed in triathlons Her identical twin sister, Caroline Paul, became one of the first women to join the San Francisco Fire Department and has written a memoir entitled Fighting Fire: A Personal Story about her experiences. Her younger brother Jonathan Paul is an animal rights activist; he is currently serving a four year sentence in federal prison for the 1997 arson of a slaughterhouse in Redmond, Oregon.[2][3] Acting career Apart from Baywatch, Paul is known for movies such as Christine (1983), based on the book by Stephen King; the bicycle-racing film American Flyers (1985) with Kevin Costner and the film version of the classic television series Dragnet starring Tom Hanks and Dan Aykroyd. She has also hosted non-fiction TV shows, including WE's Winning Women and a southern California local environmentalism show, Earth Talk Today. Paul co-wrote and co-produced two documentaries: Jampacked, a documentary on the world population crisis, and The Cost of Cool: Finding Happiness in a Materialistic World. Jampacked received a Bronze Apple Award and first place recognition at the EarthVision Environmental Film and Video Festival. The Cost of Cool won a CINE Golden Eagle Award. Paul is one of only two leading Baywatch actresses without breast enlargements. Her character was a competitive swimmer and Olympic swim coach, mirroring her own real-life athletic interests. She made a cameo appearance in Borat in a deleted scene parodying her Baywatch role. Paul is co-starring in Tru Loved (2008) and is currently filming a feature film Family of Four, written and directed by John Suits, also to be released in 2008. As athlete Paul is a competitive endurance athlete. She competed at the 1997 Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii, a grueling 2.44 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride, and 26.2 mile marathon, which she completed in 13:18:52. In 2004, Alexandra competed in the Bonaire 10k race, a 6 mile swim off the island of Bonaire. In 2006, she raced in the Maui Channel Crossing, a 10 mile swim from the Hawaiian island of Lanai to Maui. In August 2009, she will be participating in a Fiji swim from Denarau to Beachcomber Island, an 11-mile race. Political activism Paul is a dedicated environmental and political activist. In 2005, she was named "Activist of the Year" by the ACLU of Southern California. She avidly recycles, and will not use any products tested on animals. She has traveled to Nicaragua with a medical aid group and to South Africa to register voters, and has been registering voters locally every Wednesday night for the past eighteen years. The United Nations honored her in 1997 for her environmental work. She has often committed herself to civil disobedience to protest against some policy or action that she believes is wrong. She has been arrested over a dozen times at the Nevada Nuclear Test site in peaceful protests. On March 19, 2003 she was arrested for trespassing onto federal property during a protest against the Iraq war and spent 5 days in jail. In 2006, Paul donated $250 to the Ned Lamont campaign against Joe Lieberman, because Lieberman supports the war in Iraq.[4] She supported Representative Dennis Kucinich for President and had donated $2,300 to his campaign, the max allowable. She was arrested again on March 14, 2005 while protesting the crushing of the environmentally friendly electric vehicles (EV1), in Burbank, California. This arrest was featured in the documentary film Who Killed The Electric Car. As part of the protest, she parked her car in the way of the truck carrying the EV1s to the junkyard. She personally drives an EV, the fourth one she has owned. Paul is an active member of Plug In America, an advocacy group supporting the development and promotion of electric cars. Filmography The Frankenstein Brothers (2010) The Hitchhiker (1 episode, 1987) 8 Million Ways to Die (1986) .... Sunny American Flyers (1985) .... Becky Just the Way You Are (1984) .... Bobbie Getting Physical (1984) (TV) .... Kendall Gibley Christine (1983) .... Leigh Cabot American Nightmare (1983) .... Isabelle Paper Dolls (1982) (TV) .... Laurie Caswell [edit] References ^ Alexandra Paul Biography (1963-) ^ "Environmenta
Alexandra Paul - Baywatch Babe PICT0103xx
Alexandra Paul - Baywatch Babe   PICT0103xx
Alexandra Paul From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Alexandra Paul Alexandra Paul at the Sundance Film Festival in 2006 Born Alexandra Elizabeth Paul July 29, 1963 (1963-07-29) (age 46) New York City, New York, U.S. Occupation Actress Years active 1982–present Spouse(s) Ian Murray (2000-present) Alexandra Elizabeth Paul (born July 29, 1963) is an American actress. She is probably best known for her role as Lt. Stephanie Holden in the television series Baywatch from 1992–97. She has starred in over 60 movies and television programs Biography Personal life Paul was born in New York City, the daughter of Sarah, a social worker, and Mark Paul, an investment banker.[1] Paul is married to triathlon coach Ian Murray and has competed in triathlons Her identical twin sister, Caroline Paul, became one of the first women to join the San Francisco Fire Department and has written a memoir entitled Fighting Fire: A Personal Story about her experiences. Her younger brother Jonathan Paul is an animal rights activist; he is currently serving a four year sentence in federal prison for the 1997 arson of a slaughterhouse in Redmond, Oregon.[2][3] Acting career Apart from Baywatch, Paul is known for movies such as Christine (1983), based on the book by Stephen King; the bicycle-racing film American Flyers (1985) with Kevin Costner and the film version of the classic television series Dragnet starring Tom Hanks and Dan Aykroyd. She has also hosted non-fiction TV shows, including WE's Winning Women and a southern California local environmentalism show, Earth Talk Today. Paul co-wrote and co-produced two documentaries: Jampacked, a documentary on the world population crisis, and The Cost of Cool: Finding Happiness in a Materialistic World. Jampacked received a Bronze Apple Award and first place recognition at the EarthVision Environmental Film and Video Festival. The Cost of Cool won a CINE Golden Eagle Award. Paul is one of only two leading Baywatch actresses without breast enlargements. Her character was a competitive swimmer and Olympic swim coach, mirroring her own real-life athletic interests. She made a cameo appearance in Borat in a deleted scene parodying her Baywatch role. Paul is co-starring in Tru Loved (2008) and is currently filming a feature film Family of Four, written and directed by John Suits, also to be released in 2008. As athlete Paul is a competitive endurance athlete. She competed at the 1997 Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii, a grueling 2.44 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride, and 26.2 mile marathon, which she completed in 13:18:52. In 2004, Alexandra competed in the Bonaire 10k race, a 6 mile swim off the island of Bonaire. In 2006, she raced in the Maui Channel Crossing, a 10 mile swim from the Hawaiian island of Lanai to Maui. In August 2009, she will be participating in a Fiji swim from Denarau to Beachcomber Island, an 11-mile race. Political activism Paul is a dedicated environmental and political activist. In 2005, she was named "Activist of the Year" by the ACLU of Southern California. She avidly recycles, and will not use any products tested on animals. She has traveled to Nicaragua with a medical aid group and to South Africa to register voters, and has been registering voters locally every Wednesday night for the past eighteen years. The United Nations honored her in 1997 for her environmental work. She has often committed herself to civil disobedience to protest against some policy or action that she believes is wrong. She has been arrested over a dozen times at the Nevada Nuclear Test site in peaceful protests. On March 19, 2003 she was arrested for trespassing onto federal property during a protest against the Iraq war and spent 5 days in jail. In 2006, Paul donated $250 to the Ned Lamont campaign against Joe Lieberman, because Lieberman supports the war in Iraq.[4] She supported Representative Dennis Kucinich for President and had donated $2,300 to his campaign, the max allowable. She was arrested again on March 14, 2005 while protesting the crushing of the environmentally friendly electric vehicles (EV1), in Burbank, California. This arrest was featured in the documentary film Who Killed The Electric Car. As part of the protest, she parked her car in the way of the truck carrying the EV1s to the junkyard. She personally drives an EV, the fourth one she has owned. Paul is an active member of Plug In America, an advocacy group supporting the development and promotion of electric cars. Filmography The Frankenstein Brothers (2010) The Hitchhiker (1 episode, 1987) 8 Million Ways to Die (1986) .... Sunny American Flyers (1985) .... Becky Just the Way You Are (1984) .... Bobbie Getting Physical (1984) (TV) .... Kendall Gibley Christine (1983) .... Leigh Cabot American Nightmare (1983) .... Isabelle Paper Dolls (1982) (TV) .... Laurie Caswell References ^ Alexandra Paul Biography (1963-) ^ "Environmenta

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