- (Investment Bankers) Professional advisors who represent the buy side or the sell side in a deal. Investment bankers are registered and regulated under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the rules and regulations of FINRA.
- 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.
- (Investment bankers) Firms specializing in the sale of new securities to the public, typically by underwriting the issue.
- The Basics (pron. /??'b?z?t?/) are a three-piece band from Melbourne, Australia, formed by Wally De Backer and Kris Schroeder in 2002.
- Basic training
- The essential facts or principles of a subject or skill
- Essential food and other supplies
- a statement of fundamental facts or principles
- fundamentals: principles from which other truths can be derived; "first you must learn the fundamentals"; "let's get down to basics"
basics of investment banking - Market Basics
Market Basics Set: An Introduction to Trading in the Financial Markets: Trading, Markets, Instruments, and Processes
Trading on the financial markets requires the mastery of many subjects, from strategies and the instruments being traded to market structures and the mechanisms that drive executions. This second of four volumes explores them all. After brief explanations of the activities associated with buying and selling, the book covers principals, agents, and the market venues in which they interact. Next come the instruments that they buy and sell: how are they categorized and how do they act? Concluding the volume is a discussion about major processes and the ways that they vary by market and instrument. Contributing to these explanations are visual cues that guide readers through the material. Making profitable trades might not be easy, but with the help of this book they are possible.
Explains the basics of investing and trading, markets, instruments, and processes.
Presents major concepts with graphs and easily-understood definitions
Builds upon the introduction provided by Book 1 while preparing the reader for Books 3 and 4
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basics of investment banking
How do financial markets operate on a daily basis? This first of four volumes introduces the structures, instruments, business functions, technology, regulations, and issues that commonly found in financial markets. Placing each of these elements into context, Tee Williams describes what people do to make the markets run. His descriptions apply to all financial markets, and he includes country-specific features, stories, historical facts, glossaries, and brief technical explanations that reveal individual variations and nuances. Reinforcing his insights are visual cues that guide readers through the material. While this book won't turn you into an expert broker, it will explain where brokers fit into front office, middle office, and back office operations. And that knowledge is valuable indeed.
* Provides easy-to-understand descriptions of all major elements of financial markets
* Filled with graphs and definitions that help readers learn quickly
* Offers an integrated context based on the author's 30 years' experience