Definition

Investment Banking Specialists

Banks are becoming increasingly involved in assisting their business customers with the issue of bonds, notes, and stock to raise new capital, and they frequently render advice on financial market opportunities and on business mergers and acquisitions. This is the dynamic, fast paced field of investment banking, one of the highest paid and most challenging areas in the financial marketplace. Investment banking personnel must have intensive training in accounting, economics, strategic planning, investments, and international finance.

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