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Future Of Investment Banking Industry


future of investment banking industry
    investment banking
  • (investment bankers) (p. 613) Specialists who assist in the issue and sale of new securities.
  • Investment banking firms act as underwriters or agents for companies issuing securities, and advise the company on the issuanceand placement of its stock.
  • 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.
    industry
  • diligence: persevering determination to perform a task; "his diligence won him quick promotions"; "frugality and industry are still regarded as virtues"
  • An activity or domain in which a great deal of time or effort is expended
  • A particular form or branch of economic or commercial activity
  • the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
  • the organized action of making of goods and services for sale; "American industry is making increased use of computers to control production"
  • Economic activity concerned with the processing of raw materials and manufacture of goods in factories
    future
  • (of a person) Planned or destined to hold a specified position
  • the time yet to come
  • At a later time; going or likely to happen or exist
  • yet to be or coming; "some future historian will evaluate him"
  • Existing after death
  • a verb tense that expresses actions or states in the future
future of investment banking industry - The Business
The Business of Investment Banking
The Business of Investment Banking
The business of investment banking has become intensely competitive. With a growing number of clients who prefer to deal with a single financial advisor for all their capital needs, firms must now engage in all major capital-market activities in order to meet this demand. Rapid advances in information technology have closely linked the international capital markets and, as a result, major securities firms have gone global to better serve their clients. To fully understand this changing environment and remain players in the game, new and seasoned professionals alike will require detailed, in-depth information on a broad scope of banking operations.

The Business of Investment Banking is a complete guide to the major banking activities in today's global marketplace. This convenient, one-volume reference identifies and analyzes key trends worldwide, allowing banking and finance professionals to effectively manage deals and incorporate trends into operations. In The Business of Investment Banking, Professor K. Thomas Liaw goes beyond traditional banking topics and includes extensive coverage of rarely discussed subjects that are integral to investment banking, such as emerging markets, proprietary trading, repurchase transactions, operations, money management, and how foreign firms list on Wall Street.

Beginning with an overview, covering everything from underwriting to M&As to global presence, Liaw provides a thorough and rigorous analysis of the current market practices in all relevant business segments. He presents an investment banker's perspective on the current environment, with a detailed description of the strategic decision-making process that is crucial to successfully managing the investment bank.

This thorough guide is divided into four main sections:
* Basic Business-explores venture capital investment, mergers and acquisitions, underwriting, and asset securitization
* Global Perspective-detailed information about foreign listing on Wall Street, international capital markets, and emerging markets
* Trading and Risk Management-extensive data on proprietary trading, repurchase agreements, financial engineering, and money management
* Special Topics-discusses clearing and settlement, securities regulation, ethics, major trends, and Section 20 subsidiaries

Comprehensive, unparalleled coverage of a wide range of topics makes The Business of Investment Banking an invaluable, one-stop resource for all practicing investment banking professionals and for graduate students interested in a career in capital markets.

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Times Private Treaties' FMCG Portfolio Goes For Growth
Times Private Treaties' FMCG Portfolio Goes For Growth
Times Private Treaties' FMCG investments are on strong growth tracks and the future looks good with the prediction of a 98 per cent of the long period average rainfall this monsoon. Economic recovery aside, the FMCG sector has taken heart from the prediction of near normal monsoons this year. While last year's monsoon predictions did go awry, there seems to be enough cross references from other Meteorological forecasts around the world to give hope that the FMCG industry will have much to cheer this year.
Harrison Industry
Harrison Industry
I recently went on a pontoon boat ride along the Passaic River in Newark. It was conducted to raise awareness of the waterfront, and getting this perspective on the city is not too easy. The only way to get a pleasure boat in the water is via a sewage treatment plant landing, and only one industry still uses the river for commercial shipping. This large factory occupies much of the Harrison waterfront between the Dock and Bridge Street bridges.

future of investment banking industry
future of investment banking industry
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