Investment banker

Посредник, специализирующийся на маркетинге вновь выпускаемых ценных бумаг.

См. тж.: Primary securities market.

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Долан Э. Дж., Домненко Б.И.

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The Greed Merchants: How the Investment Banks Played the Free Market Game The Greed Merchants: How the Investment Banks Played the Free Market Game Early in the new millennium the investment banks were on their knees. Beaten by the boom and bust of the bubble, mixed up in corporate scandals and accused of uncontrolled and rampant conflict of interest, the game seemed over for the masters of the universe. Then the bounce back came. New rules, promises to be more vigilant and rising markets took the heat off. Having learned their lesson and paid their dues, the investment banks could be relied upon to oil the wheels of capitalism in this best of all possible worlds. Philip Augar's cutting critique challenges this consensus. By being able to act simultaneously for buyers, sellers and themselves, they can generate huge returns at their customers' expense. This book explains how this systematic and legal transfer of wealth occurs and answers some important questions. Do the investment banks add value through their advice? Is there a cartel? Are there any alternatives? What will happen next? Формат: 13 см x 19,5...
Chain of Blame: How Wall Street Caused the Mortgage and Credit Crisis Chain of Blame: How Wall Street Caused the Mortgage and Credit Crisis In the summer of 2007, the subprime empire that Wall Street had built all came crashing down. On average, fifty lenders a month were going bust-and the people responsible for the crisis included not just unregulated loan brokers andcon artists, but also investment bankers and home loan institutions traditionally perceived as completely trustworthy. Chain of Blame chronicles this incredible disaster, with a specific focus on the players who participated in such a fundamentally flawed fiasco. Authors Paul Muolo and Mathew Padilla, well-regarded journalists for National Mortgage News and the Orange County Register respectively, reveal the truth behind how this crisis occurred, what individuals and institutions - from lenders and brokers to some of the biggest investment banks in the world - were doing during this critical time, and who is ultimately responsible for what happened.
Finding Money : The Small Business Guide to Financing (Small Business Series) Finding Money : The Small Business Guide to Financing (Small Business Series) This book answers the two most important questions on the minds of small business owners and entrepreneurs today—what are the most promising sources of financing and how do I tap into them? Readers are given detailed guidance on 17 different financing sources including home equity loans, banks, SBA programs, venture capital, grants and government programs. Includes real-life vignettes and revealing quotes from bankers, venture capitalists, investment bankers, magazines and entrepreneurs. Features usable formulas, charts, forms and dozens of references to crucial publications and information resources.
An Introduction to Corporate Finance: Transactions and Techniques An Introduction to Corporate Finance: Transactions and Techniques An Introduction to Corporate Finance provides the reader with a complete overview of Corporate Finance from perspective of the investment Banker. The author, a corporate trainer and former investment banker clarifies the role of the investment banker in numerous corporate finance transactions, including mergers & acquisitions, IPO's, and valuation. Given today's corporate climate, every student studying corporate finance and those working in the field need this book to sharpen their skill set.
Investment Banking: Institutions, Politics, and Law Investment Banking: Institutions, Politics, and Law Investment Banking: Institutions, Politics, and Law provides an economic rationale for the dominant role of investment banks in the capital markets, and uses it to explain both the historical evolution of the investment banking industry and also recent changes to its organization. Although investment decisions rely upon price-relevant information, it is impossible to establish property rights over it and hence it is very hard to coordinate its exchange. The authors argue that investment banks help to resolve this problem by managing "information marketplaces," within which extra-legal institutions support the production and dissemination of information that is important to investors. Reputations and relationships are more important in fulfilling this role than financial capital. The authors substantiate their theory with reference to the industry's evolution during the last three centuries. They show how investment banking networks were formed, and identify the informal...
The Last Tycoons: The Secret History of Lazard FrA?res & Co. The Last Tycoons: The Secret History of Lazard FrA?res & Co. A grand and revelatory portrait of Wall Street’s most storied investment bank Wall Street investment banks move trillions of dollars a year, make billions in fees, pay their executives in the tens of millions of dollars. But even among theA most powerfulA firms, Lazard FrA?res & Co. stood apart. Discretion, secrecy, andA subtle strategy were its weapons of choice. ForA more than a century, the mystique and reputation of the "Great Men" who worked there allowed the firm to garner unimaginable profits, social cachet, and outsized influence in the halls of power. But in the mid-1980s, their titanic egos started getting in the way, and the Great Men of Lazard jeopardized all they had built. William D. Cohan, himself a former high-level Wall Street banker, takes the reader into the mysterious and secretive world of Lazard andA presents aA compelling portraitA of Wall Street through theA tumultuous historyA of this exalted and fascinating company.A Cohan deconstructs...
Monkey Business: Swinging Through the Wall Street Jungle Monkey Business: Swinging Through the Wall Street Jungle Forget what you've read, forget what you've heard, forget what you've been taught. Monkey business pulls off Wall Street's suspenders and gives the reader the inside skinny on real life at an investment bank, where the promised land is always one more twenty-hour workday and another lap dance away. Fresh out of Wharton and Harvard business schools, John Rolfe and Peter Troob ran willingly into the open arms of investment bank giant Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette. They had signed on as foot soldiers in a white-collar army of overworked and frustrated lemmings furiously trying to spin straw into gold. They escaped with the remnants of their sanity-and, ultimately, this book. Uncensored, unsanitized, and uncut, it captures the chaotic essence of the Wall Street carnival and the outlandish personalities that make it all hum... and it will become the smartest, most entertaining investment you'll make this year. Формат:15 см х 23 см.
Financier: The Biography of Andre Meyer: A Story of Money, Power, and the Reshaping of American Business Financier: The Biography of Andre Meyer: A Story of Money, Power, and the Reshaping of American Business Fortune magazine deemed him "the most important investment banker in the Western world". A ferociously energetic, charming, and ruthless businessman, he had, by the age of forty, helped save the foundering auto giant Citroen, established France's first consumer finance company, and been awarded the Legion of Honor. He was a trusted adviser of the Kennedys and an intimate of Lyndon Johnson, William Paley, and Katharine Graham. His numerous business accomplishments included the building or revitalizing of such corporate giants as Avis, Holiday Inns, Warner-Lambert, and Engelhard Minerals & Chemicals. One of the world's savviest individual investors, he amassed a personal fortune of well over $200 million, yet to his dying day never gave up the search for the ultimate buck. Andre Meyer, "The Picasso of Banking", was all this—and much more. A man of seemingly endless contradictions, he was respected and admired by many, scorned and disliked by many others. In this...
IPO and Equity Offerings IPO and Equity Offerings An initial public offering (IPO) is one of the most significant events in corporate life. It follows months, even years of preparation. During the boom years of the late 1990s bull market, IPOs of growth companies captured the imagination and pocketbooksof investors like never before. This book goes behind the scenes to examine the process of an offering from the decision to go public to the procedures of a subsequent equity offering. The book is written from the perspective of an experienced investment banker describing the hows and whys of IPOs and subsequent equity issues. Each aspect of an IPO is illustrated with plenty of international examples pitched alongside relevant academic research to offer a combination of theoretical rigourand practical application. Topics covered are: the decision to go public legal and regulatory aspects of an offering; marketing and research valuation and pricing allocations of shares to investors ...
Advanced Fixed-Income Valuation Tools Advanced Fixed-Income Valuation Tools In response to intense competition and higher market volatility, players in the fixed-income market now demand increasingly sophisticated valuation tools. Until recently, a basic understanding of duration and convexity or the ability to use simple, one-factor term structure models was enough to distinguish one from the crowd. Now, this knowledge is practically de rigueur. Cutting-edge players today need a deep understanding of how convexity and risk premia affect bond yields and returns; of how multi-factor term structure models can improve hedging performance; of how to improve the accuracy and efficiency of Monte Carlo analysis, etc. This book brings together contributions from twenty-four finance professionals and academics from top investment banks, consulting firms, and universities. Going well beyond the basics, Advanced Fixed-Income Valuation Tools brings the reader some of the most advanced thinking in the field. Topics covered in this book include:...