|Publisher:||Tata Mcgraw Hill|
|Edition:||eBook , PDF|
|Paperback 2007, 1st Edition||R 3,194||In Stock.|
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With the deepening of financial markets and fast-paced transformation of the corporate landscape, Investment Banking as a branch of financial services has assumed high importance.
Investment Banking: Concepts, Analyses and Cases has been written to provide conceptual understanding and analyses of the investment banking processes. Divided into two parts, the book covers:
Part 1: Capital markets, securities and issuances, law and regulatory mechanisms, types of capital market securities and issues. Part 2: Global and Indian investment banking, major functions of a full service investment bank-underwriting, issue management, private equity, buybacks and de-listing, corporate restructuring, mergers and acquisitions.
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Investment Banking would be useful to professionals in capital markets, corporate finance and financial services. Also students pursuing MBA, CA, ICWA, ACS, CFA, CFM and other capital market courses would find the book useful.