investment banker


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Synonyms for investment banker

a banker who deals chiefly in underwriting new securities

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Investment bankers are often compensated under a success-based fee arrangement when a business is sold or acquired.
If rates go lower, the company will owe its investment banker some money on the hypothetical T-note call option sold.
Prior research on financial intermediation in initial public offerings (IPOs) generally finds that investment banker reputation is significantly related to issuing-firm performance.
Although the company hires the underwriters and pays the IPO fees, the investment banker must balance the conflicting goals of several audiences.
What do you think the investment bankers of the mid-1980s would have said about an investment banking world that put a priority on risk management and cost controls?
Why was Levine, an investment banker trained to know the meaning of fiduciary duty, feeding information worth "a fortune" to a stock speculator?
The loan itself typically involves the issuance of unsecured short-term, high-interest, increasing-rate, subordinated notes to the investment banker.
Charles Elson, a professor at Stetson University College of Law in Saint Petersburg, Florida, notes that, even in less blatant situations, an investment banker has a strong personal incentive to put his or her firm's imprimatur on its client's transactions.
But Sound Source chairman and chief executive officer Vincent Bitetti said Tuesday that the investment banker withdrew because the software company has a number of deals in place making it difficult for Wedbush to find it a suitor within the industry.
Not just any investment banker would do when Starbucks Coffee Co.
For companies included in the portfolio of a venture capital fund or investment banker, the individual companies are distinctly separate and independent business interests, and would not freely share books and records for tax reporting purposes.
While much has been written in the literature about the characteristics of mergers and acquisitions (see [1] and [7]), there is no available literature focusing on the quality of investment banker advice.
For instance, an investment banker often is retained to value the corporation's stock and issue a "fairness" opinion.
On a night in August 1982, in a loud New York restaurant off Union Square, Steven Rattner, a London correspondent for The New York Times, and Roger Altman, an investment banker at Lehman Brothers Kuhn Loeb, met for dinner to discuss Rattner's future, The two had become good friends a couple of years earlier when Altman was an assistant secretary of the treasury and Rattner was covering Jimmy Carter's economic policy for the Times.
Glovsky, a seasoned 20-year investment banker who has managed more than 100 transactions for technology, digital media and visual computing companies, joins the firm as a Partner and Managing Director.
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