Definitions for "investment banking"
Division of banking encompassing business entities dealing with creation of...
What an investment bank does. see also selling group.
A form of banking done by investment banking firms for corporations, often in exchange for fees and commissions. The bank performs public offerings, acts as a broker, and carries through mergers and acquisitions.
Businesses specializing in the formation of capital. This is done by outright purchase and sale of securities offered by the issuer, standby underwriting or "best efforts selling."
Dealing in the sale and purchase of financial instruments and portfolio management, either jointly or separately.