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Capital Markets are the apparatus through which companies or governments raise long term funds, typically through the sales of bonds and equities, or shares. Thus the stock and bond markets are capital markets. The Capital Markets are overseen by regulatory authorities, for example the Financial Services Authority in the United Kingdom.
Primary capital markets are ones in which companies or governments raise funds through new issues of shares or bonds, whereas secondary capital markets deal in the buying and selling of existing shares or bonds.
Jobs in Capital Markets include:
Capital markets rely on the professionalism and expertise of those who work within them. Qualifications are not always necessary - it depends on the nature of the role - however many roles will be overseen by relevant financial regulators.
Recent salaries advertised on TopFinancialJobs (February 2010) include:
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