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INVESTMENT BANKING EXPLAINED | Introduction, History, Lifestyle finance investment



What is investment banking? How much do investment bankers earn? What is the history of investment banking?

Look no further, this video contains everything about investment banking for beginners!

Here’s a quick rundown of what you’ll have learned after watching this investment banking introduction video:

How exactly investment banking works and what makes investment banks different from commercial (regular) banks.

A bit of investment banking history! What preceded investment banks, how they came to be and how big of an impact they’ve had on the American economy.

Which recent events and what kinds of risky actions caused investment banking to earn a bad rap.

How exactly investment banker’s lifestyle looks – is it all expensive suits, dinners and champagne or is there a dark side to it?

How much do investment bankers earn and is investment banking salary worth the stress and the hours an average investment banker puts in on a weekly basis?

We’ll conclude by answering the following questions: What is the future of investment banking and is there a possibility that competitive options will eventually take over investment banks’ business?

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26 thoughts on “INVESTMENT BANKING EXPLAINED | Introduction, History, Lifestyle finance investment”

  1. Hello there, fellow finance enthusiasts! We hope this video makes the enigmatic world of investment banking…less enigmatic! What's your verdict? Are investment banks evil, or just misunderstood? Let us know in the comments!

  2. I think there is a confusion. Investment banks (IB) dont purchase assets then sell them to investors. They are middlemen who are responsible for helping companies to sell securities so that these companies can improve their equity.

  3. Mark my words the "green bubble" is next bidens infrastructure plan is an absolute disaster they are going to kick back " green" companies that don't do shit well they tell you the grid is going down your electric bill is skyrocketing and now they want to add billions into the electric car market now answer me this if we can't even run are A.c. full blast during the summer or do laundry till after dark because of the strain on the grid how is adding millions of electric cars to that already crumbling infrastructure going to help ? 🤦🤣😂 That's how you know it's all bullshit

  4. Sean calls at five from the Racquet Club and tells me to meet him at Dorsia tonight. He just talked to Brin, the owner, and reserved a table at nine. My mind is a mess. I don’t know what to think or how to feel.

  5. I think your explanation of the 2008 financial crisis is mostly accurate but also misses some pretty key players. In particular it lets ratings agencies like Moody's and S&P off the hook for knowingly misrepresenting the quality of the mortgage backed securities that were being moved around.

    Mortgages weren't being bought and sold individually they were being packaged together and sold off in lots. Both those agencies and others had direct and substantial conflicts of interest. Namely, that if (as an example) JP Morgan came to Moody's and said "We want you to rate this MBS" and Moody's gave a poor rating, JP Morgan would just go to Standard and Poor's next time. While there was no spoken agreement to give good ratings, ratings agencies knew that they had to in order to continue to get business.

    In doing this it allowed worse and worse and worse mortgages to be underwritten. So yes, banks definitely played their part but this video implies they were more or less alone in being at fault. In reality there were a number of bad actors that contributed to the eventual collapse of that system.

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