A comprehensive overview of investment banking for professionals and students The investment banking industry has changed dramatically since the 2008 financial crisis. Three of the top five investment banks in the United States have disappeared, while Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have converted to commercial banking charters. This Third Edition of The Business of Investment Banking explains the changes and discusses new opportunities for students and professionals seeking to advance their careers in this intensely competitive field. The recent financial regulation overhaul, including the Dodd-Frank legislation, is changing what investment banks do and how they do it, while the Volcker rule has shaken up trading desks everywhere. This new edition updates investment banking industry shifts in practices, trends, regulations, and statistics Includes new chapters on investment banking in BRIC countries, as Brazil, Russia, India, and China now account for a quarter of the global economy Explains the shift in the listing of securities away from New York to various financial centers around the world, and how major exchanges compete for the same business This new edition, reflecting the current state of the investment banking industry, arrives in time to better serve professionals wanting to advance their careers and students just beginning theirs.See Special purpose vehicles (SPVs) Barrona#39;s confidence index (BCI), in technical analysis, 232-233 Basel III, 2, 359, 363 Bear Stearns, 276, 360 Best efforts agreement, for new equity issues, 118 Bidaask ... in China, 350 Book value approach, for Maamp;A valuation, 106 Boutique investment banks, 9, 18-20, 49- 50 Boyle, Elizabeth, 69-72 ... (BAD), in technical analysis, 231 Breadth of market, in technical analysis, 231-232 Breakup fees/techniques, for Maamp;A, 105, 112 BRICs, 326, 360.
|Title||:||The Business of Investment Banking|
|Author||:||K. Thomas Liaw|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2011-11-01|