Investment Banking Explained, Chapter 10 by Michel Fleuriet
The Business of Equity Offerings

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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.
 

About Michel Fleuriet

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Michel Fleuriet, Ph.D., was the Harry W. Reynolds International Adjunct Professor of Finance, Wharton School of Finance, at the University of Pennsylvania. He is currently a professor in Paris University's Masters program in investment banking. Prior to his career in academics, Fleuriet served as chairman of HSBC France; chairman and head of investment banking at Merrill-Lynch, France; DEO of Chase Manhattan France; and director of M&A at Worms & CIE.
 
Published June 26, 2008 by McGraw-Hill. 18 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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