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Investment Banks raise capital on behalf of companies, organisations or governments, buy and sell securities such as equities and bonds and also facilitate mergers and acquisitions.
As well as raising money (as described above) for clients, investment banks offer advisory services for clients, such as strategic consulting and managing mergers, acquisitions and demergers.
Investment banks are typically split into three operational areas:
Jobs in investment banks include:
Many people working in investment banking have undergraduate degrees and an excellent academic record. Some roles demand professional qualifications (e.g. accounting roles) and registration with the Financial Services Authority.
Recent salaries advertised on TopFinancialJobs (February 2010) include:
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