Investment Banking

Valuation, Leveraged Buyouts, and Mergers and Acquisitions

Author: Joshua Rosenbaum,Joshua Pearl

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118421612

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

View: 4505

The No. 1 guide to investment banking and valuation methods, including online tools In the constantly evolving world of finance, a solid technical foundation is an essential tool for success. Until the welcomed arrival of authors Josh Rosenbaum and Josh Pearl, no one had taken the time to properly codify the lifeblood of the corporate financier's work-namely, valuation, through all of the essential lenses of an investment banker. With the release of Investment Banking, Second Edition: Valuation, Leveraged Buyouts, and Mergers & Acquisitions, Rosenbaum and Pearl once again have written the definitive book that they wish had existed when they were trying to break into Wall Street. The Second Edition includes both the technical valuation fundamentals as well as practical judgment skills and perspective to help guide the science. This book focuses on the primary valuation methodologies currently used on Wall Street: comparable companies analysis, precedent transactions analysis, discounted cash flow analysis, and leveraged buyout analysis. With the new fully revised edition, they have added the most comprehensive, rigorous set of intuition-building and problem-solving ancillaries anywhere all of which promised to become essential, knowledge enhancing tools for professionals, and professors and students. For those who purchase this edition of the book, there are options to purchase the Valuation Models separately (9781118586167), and to also consider purchase of the Investing Banking Workbook (9781118456118) and Investment Banking Focus Notes (9781118586082) for further self-study.

The Best Book On Investment Banking Careers

Insider experiences, tips, and advice on how to get an investment banking job

Author: Donna Khalife

Publisher: Hyperink Inc

ISBN: 1614644977

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 88

View: 9192

Whether you’re an undergraduate prepping for your first internship, or seeking a new career in investment banking, knowing the ins and outs of the industry can help you make your big break. In this eBook, Donna Khalife shares an insider’s perspective to the investment banking industry and helps prepare readers for their chance at landing their dream job.

Investment Banking For Dummies

Author: Matt Krantz,Robert R. Johnson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118615778

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 384

View: 6819

"Learn to: grasp and apply the fundamentals of investment banking; understand post-financial crisis changes; score higher in your investment banking course"--Cover.

Investment Banking

A Guide to Underwriting and Advisory Services

Author: Giuliano Iannotta

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540937654

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 193

View: 7443

From a historical point of view, the main activity of investment banks is what today we call security underwriting. Investment banks buy securities, such as bonds and stocks, from an issuer and then sell them to the ?nal investors. In the eighteenth century, the main securities were bonds issued by governments. The way these bonds were priced and placed is extraordinarily similar to the system that inve- ment banks still use nowadays. When a government wanted to issue new bonds, it negotiated with a few prominent “middlemen” (today we would call them investment bankers). The middlemen agreed to take a fraction of the bonds: they accepted to do so only after having canvassed a list of people they could rely upon. The people on the list were the ?nal investors. The middlemen negotiated with the government even after the issuance. Indeed, in those days governments often changed unilaterally the bond conditions and being on the list of an important middleman could make the difference. On the other hand, middlemen with larger lists were considered to be in a better bargaining position. This game was repeated over time, and hence, reputation mattered. For the middlemen, being trusted by both the investors on the list and by the issuing governments was crucial.

Investment Banking

Institutions, Politics, and Law

Author: Alan D. Morrison,Wilhelm Jr.

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191647845

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 362

View: 865

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 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 contracts that they supported. This historical development points to tensions between the relational contracting of investment banks and the regulatory impulses of the State, thus providing some explanation for the periodic large-scale State intervention in the operation of capital markets. Their theory also provides a technological explanation for the massive restructuring of the capital markets in recent decades, which the authors argue can be used to think about the likely future direction of the investment banking industry.

Investment Banks, Hedge Funds, and Private Equity

Author: David P. Stowell

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0128047240

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 732

View: 7045

As our economy evolves, private equity groups, hedge funds, and investment banks compete and cooperate in different ways. Their recent innovations are reported and analyzed by the 3rd edition of David Stowell’s landmark book, which adds three new cases, significantly revisions of most chapters, and updated figures, tables, and exhibits. It captures the actual work that associates and vice presidents do, providing readers with templates for real transactions. Finally, it provides significantly more content about the ways liquidity is supplied in secondary markets, including an overview of high frequency trading/electronic market making, quantitative trading strategies, and the evolution of cash equities from open outcry pits to fully electronic central limit order books. Includes a new chapter on China to accompany nine heavily updated chapters Integrates three new cases with relevant chapters in the book to create real world applications of chapter teachings Employs spreadsheet models to enable readers to create analytical frameworks for considering choices, opportunities and risks described in the cases

Inside Investment Banking

Author: Ernest Bloch

Publisher: Beard Books

ISBN: 1587982684

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 440

View: 4796

Originally developed for an undergraduate course taught by the author at New York U., this text discusses the theory and practice of investment banking. Coverage includes such topics as the market making functions of investment banking, regulatory changes in the new-issues process, and the institutionalization of security markets. The volume conclu

Investment Banking Explained: An Insider's Guide to the Industry

An Insider's Guide to the Industry

Author: Michel Fleuriet

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071642889

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 352

View: 6859

Insider guidance to the modern world of investment banking today In Investment Banking Explained, Wharton professor and global financier Michel Fleuriet provides a complete overview of investment banking in its modern form; defines key terms; identifies structures, strategies, and operational aspects; and analyzes the strategy in each of the main functional areas of an investment bank.

The Technical Interview Guide to Investment Banking, + Website

Author: Paul Pignataro

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1119161398

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

View: 9374

Win the recruiting race with the ultimate analyst's guide to the interview The Complete, Technical Interview Guide to Investment Banking is the aspiring investment banker's guide to acing the interview and beginning your journey to the top. By merging a 'study guide' to the field with a forecast of the interview, this book helps you prepare for both content and structure; you'll brush up on important topics while getting a preview of the questions your interviewers are likely to ask. Covering financial statements, valuation, mergers and acquisitions, and leveraged buyouts, the discussion provides the answers to common technical questions while refreshing your understanding of the core technical analyses behind core models and analyses. Each chapter includes a list of the questions you will almost certainly be asked—along with the answers that interviewers want to hear—from the basic Q&A to the advanced technical analyses and case studies. This guide will reinforce your knowledge and give you the confidence to handle anything they can throw at you. You will receive an expert synopsis of the major points you need to know, to ensure your understanding and ability to handle the multitude of questions in each area. Double-check your conceptual grasp of core finance topics Plan your responses to common technical and analysis questions Understand how to analyze and solve technical analyses and cases Gain insight into what interviewers want to hear from potential hires Become the candidate they can't turn away You've positioned yourself as a competitive candidate, and the right job right now can chart your entire career's trajectory. Now you just have to win the recruiting race. The Complete, Technical Interview Guide to Investment Banking is the ultimate preparation guide to getting the job you want.

Career Guidebook for It in Investment Banking

Author: Corporation Essvale

Publisher: Essvale Corporation Limited

ISBN: 1906096236

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 138

View: 2299

Provides a guideline to careers in Investment Banking IT. This work introduces IT professionals to the career paths in this sector of the financial services industry. It covers topics such as: business division of Investment Banking that utilise IT professionals; types of IT careers in Investment Banking; and IT contract vs permanent positions.

How to Be an Investment Banker

Recruiting, Interviewing, and Landing the Job

Author: Andrew Gutmann

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118494369

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 448

View: 3155

A top-notch resource for anyone who wants to break into the demanding world of investment banking For undergraduates and MBA students, this book offers the perfect preparation for the demanding and rigorous investment banking recruitment process. It features an overview of investment banking and careers in the field, followed by chapters on the core accounting and finance skills that make up the necessary framework for success as a junior investment banker. The book then moves on to address the kind of specific technical interview and recruiting questions that students will encounter in the job search process, making this the ideal resource for anyone who wants to enter the field. The ideal test prep resource for undergraduates and MBA students trying to break into investment banking Based on author Andrew Gutmann's proprietary 24 to 30-hour course Features powerful learning tools, including sample interview questions and answers and online resources For anyone who wants to break into investment banking, How to Be an Investment Banker is the perfect career-making guide.

Investment Banking

Author: Subramanyam

Publisher: Tata McGraw-Hill Education

ISBN: 0070583242

Category: Investment banking

Page: 1182

View: 4067

This book is a contemporary treatise on Investment Banking in the Indian Context and describes the service areas with a balance of theoretical and practical aspects. In addition, it has been written keeping in mind necessary discussions on financial and capital market concepts and different financial instruments used in the capital market. The focus is on the service delivery of investment banks in three key areas (a) Management of Public Offers (b) Raising capital through Private placements and (c) Corporate Advisory Services

The Business of Investment Banking

A Comprehensive Overview

Author: K. Thomas Liaw

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118004493

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 378

View: 9309

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.

Distressed Investment Banking

To the Abyss and Back

Author: Henry F. Owsley,Peter S. Kaufman

Publisher: Beard Books

ISBN: 1587982676

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 219

View: 5072

Kaufman and Owsley discuss the restructuring of companies that are in financial distress, in terms of key players and advisors, strategies, equity and enterprise valuation, debt capacity, fraudulent conveyance, maintaining the status quo, third party options, and internal plans of reorganization. The book is aimed at attorneys, accountants, crisis

Commercial and Investment Banking and the International Credit and Capital Markets

A Guide to the Global Finance Industry and Its Governance

Author: Brian Scott-Quinn

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 0230370470

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 469

View: 9707

Written by a former practitioner, this book fills a clear gap in the current literature for a practice-focused text that brings together the organizational structure, economics and governance of the finance industry – investment banking, wholesale banking and asset management - with the functions it performs such as mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, private equity, hedge funds, high frequency trading and the structuring of cash and synthetic ETFs and CDOs. It integrates the credit and capital markets by considering securitization as a "conversion" process between the two markets and money market mutual funds as a capital market alternative to bank deposits offered in the credit market. It analyzes the societal value of the industry as well as market and regulatory failure leading to crisis and hence the need for more appropriate governance structures and disciplining and control mechanisms for both banks and sovereign groupings such as the eurozone.

Ethics in Investment Banking

Author: John N. Reynolds,Edmund Newell

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 0230348858

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 178

View: 7441

The financial crisis focused unprecedented attention on ethics in investment banking. This book develops an ethical framework to assess and manage investment banking ethics and provides a guide to high profile concerns as well as day to day ethical challenges.

The Accidental Investment Banker

Inside the Decade that Transformed Wall Street

Author: Jonathan A. Knee

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780198042051

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

View: 4941

Jonathan A. Knee had a ringside seat during the go-go, boom-and-bust decade and into the 21st century, at the two most prestigious investment banks on Wall Street--Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. In this candid and irreverent insider's account of an industry in free fall, Knee captures an exhilarating era of fabulous deal-making in a free-wheeling Internet economy--and the catastrophe that followed when the bubble burst. Populated with power players, back stabbers, celebrity bankers, and godzillionaires, here is a vivid account of the dramatic upheaval that took place in investment banking. Indeed, Knee entered an industry that was typified by the motto "first-class business in a first-class way" and saw it transformed in a decade to a free-for-all typified by the acronym IBG, YBG ("I'll be gone, you'll be gone"). Increasingly mercenary bankers signed off on weak deals, knowing they would leave them in the rear-view mirror. Once, investment bankers prospered largely on their success in serving the client, preserving the firm, and protecting the public interest. Now, in the "financial supermarket" era, bankers felt not only that each day might be their last, but that their worth was tied exclusively to how much revenue they generated for the firm on that day--regardless of the source. Today, most young executives feel no loyalty to their firms, and among their clients, Knee finds an unprecedented but understandable level of cynicism and distrust of investment banks. Brimming with insight into what investment bankers actually do, and told with biting humor and unflinching honesty, The Accidental Investment Banker offers a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes of the most powerful companies on Wall Street.

Vault Career Guide to Investment Banking

Author: Tom Lott,Derek Loosvelt,Mary Phillips-Sandy,Richard Roberts,Vault (Firm)

Publisher: Infobase Learning

ISBN: 1581319061

Category: Banks and banking

Page: 139

View: 8215

Provides information on investment banking, covering the basics of financial markets, interviews, career paths, and job responsibilities.

Investment Banking

Concepts, Analyses and Cases

Author: Pratap Giri S.

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

ISBN: 9352607015


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The Investment Banking Handbook

Author: J. Peter Williamson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780471815624

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 574

View: 5874

Contents: Introduction. Investment Banking Today; Raising Capital; Transactional Activities; Specialized Financial Instruments; Tax-Exempt Financing; Broker Activities; Commercial Banks And Investment Banking; Investment Banking Outside the United States. Index. Appendix.