Investment Banking Explained, Chapter 15 - Synergies in M&A, Part 15
Here is a chapter from Investment Banking Explained, which provides a clear overview of this complex industry. It covers the history, key terms, structures, and strategies of investment banking and breaks the business down into its respective specialties--from traders, brokers, and analysts to relationship managers, hedgers, and retirement planners--illustrating how each contributes to the industry as a whole. This comprehensive guide examines the operations of the world's most successful firms, as well as explains how investment banks are forging their international strategies.
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