Godina izdanja: 2006
THE BUSINESS OF INVESTMENT BANKING
AUTOR: K. THOMAS LIAW
IZDAVAČ: John Wiley & Sons
GODINA IZDANJA: 2006.
BROJ STRANA: 440 STR.
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In recent years, monumental events have altered the financial landscape, and the investment banking industry has been likewise transformed.
In the United States, deregulation has permitted new affiliations among banks, securities firms, and insurance companies, allowing them to offer a broader range of services. At the same time, deregulation overseas has spurred investment in foreign markets and accelerated a sweeping trend toward globalization. On the other hand, corporate scandals like those at Enron and WorldCom have prompted Congress to impose stringent new regulations in an effort to restore public confidence in the capital markets. Meanwhile, advances in information technology have changed the way Wall Street firms present their products to the public and have made vast informational resources available online.
Investment banks must navigate the shifting regulatory terrain and counter mounting competition, while taking full advantage of burgeoning investment banking opportunities. In meeting these challenges, timely and accurate information is a critical asset.
In The Business of Investment Banking, Dr. K. Thomas Liaw provides an inclusive, up–to–date guide to the evolving investment banking industry. In this new edition, Dr. Liaw offers a substantial revision of his bestselling text, responding to requests from educators and professionals alike.
Incorporating the most recent developments in the industry, the author describes:
Financial holding companies, full–service investment banks, boutique investment banks, and their lines of businesses
Strategies for risk management, such as market risk, credit risk, operating risk, reputation risk, legal risk, and funding risk
Career opportunities in investment banking, career paths, recruitment, and the application and interview process
Key investment banking operations, including venture capital and buyouts, M&A services, equity underwriting, debt underwriting, securitization, financial engineering, investment management, and securities services
Fundamentals for successful trading, arbitrage strategies, and technical trading techniques
Regulatory issues and strategies relating to the Sarbanes–Oxley Act of 2002 and analyst conflict of interest
Ethics and professionalism
In addition, Dr. Liaw discusses investment banking opportunities in China, Japan, the EMU, and emerging markets, as well as the special challenges that come with globalization.
A staple of industry training programs and a valued reference among banking professionals in its first edition, The Business of Investment Banking, Second Edition adds a wealth of new information to an already indispensable practical resource.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Investment Banking.
Chapter 2: Financial Holding Companies, Full–Service, and Boutique Investment Banks.
Chapter 3: Investment Banking Business Strategies.
Chapter 4: Career Paths and Strategies in Investment Banking.
Chapter 5: Private Equity.
Chapter 6: Mergers and Acquisitions.
Chapter 7: Equity Underwriting.
Chapter 8: Debt Underwriting.
Chapter 9: Asset Securitization.
Chapter 10: Foreign Listing on Wall Street.
Chapter 11: Trading and Trading Techniques.
Chapter 12: Repurchase Agreements.
Chapter 13: Financial Engineering.
Chapter 14: Investment Management.
Chapter 15: Clearing and Settlement.
Chapter 16: Securities Regulation and Ethics.
Chapter 17: Euromarkets and Japan.
Chapter 18: Emerging Markets.
Chapter 19: Chinaâs Securities Markets.
Chapter 20: Investment Banking Trends and Challenges.
About the Author.