Finance & Insurance
FINA 4514: Investment Banking
Lecture - 4 credits
- Examines the investment banking business.
- Investment bankers are one of the most important conduits through which funds flow from savers to corporations needing to invest in plant and equipment.
- Offers an opportunity to examine the major functions of large investment banks in regard to their investment banking, market making, and asset management businesses; to determine the financing needs of domestic and international corporations, not-for-profit organizations, and government entities by using concepts learned in earlier courses; and to learn to link these financing needs with products that are available in the capital markets, usually through the investment banking houses.
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