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Investment Banking Explained: An Insider's Guide to the Industry: An Insider's Guide to the Industry [Format Kindle]

Michel Fleuriet

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Insider guidance to the modern world of investment banking today

In Investment Banking Explained, Wharton professor and global financier Michel Fleuriet provides a complete overview of investment banking in its modern form; defines key terms; identifies structures, strategies, and operational aspects; and analyzes the strategy in each of the main functional areas of an investment bank.

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A Comprehensive Ground-Floor View of Investment Banking

Everything from key terms to advanced strategies

Investment Banking Explained provides a clear overview of this complex industry. It covers the history, key terms, structures, and strategies of investment banking and breaks the business down into its respective specialties--from traders, brokers, and analysts to relationship managers, hedgers, and retirement planners--illustrating how each contributes to the industry as a whole.

Written by a high-level investment-banking veteran, this comprehensive guide examines the operations of the world's most successful firms and their shifting approach to risk. It then travels to capital markets around the world to explain how investment banks are forging their international strategies.

Investment Banking Explained is the first step to gaining a clear and complete understanding of one of the most complicated, rapidly expanding, and critically important industries in the world today.

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24 internautes sur 29 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A very insightful guide to the business of Investment Banking 1 avril 2010
Par Jakub Kaplan - Publié sur
Q:What is this book about?

Professor Fleuriet is definitely an expert in his field. I read the book because I am due to have an internship at an investment bank, and I had felt that my overall knowledge about the area is fairly lacking.

"Investment Banking Explained" does what it claims to do: it gives you a straight and clear overview of all the major areas of the business. It successfully treads a fine line: neither does it give you too much detail, which would make you lost in the text, nor does it give you too little, which is something many books attempting to be clear do.

For example, Professor Fleuriet explains what a CDO is and then, yes, assumes you are familiar with what it is in order to go on in explaining further concepts based on this. You do not need to be familiar with the jargon at all, yet after reading the book you will have a good overall understanding, which is what the book aims to give you.

Another feature is Professor Fleuriet's attitude, more "describing" than "judging", when explaining the various concepts. For example, he points out that there is a fair amount of doubt as to whether a high majority of M&A transactions actually creates value for the acquiring shareholders. In other words, unlike most books claiming explain Investment Banking, Professor Fleuriet really does just that, without implicitly or explicitly telling you what you should think. It's your job to think it through and make up your mind. But that is certainly hard to do if you read about IB from one of the myriad of titles "clarifying" how IB is really just a bunch of fat, greedy bankers sitting on horrendous amounts of money. You may or may not agree with that, but probably you would like the book rather to explain what these fat, greedy bankers do in the first place. That's what you get from this title.

Considering the book was published in mid-2008, one can understand the little amount of coverage given to the recent crisis, which really started to spread widely in the news in early August 2007. Sometimes I thought, though, that the book could incorporate more on some of the revelations the recent crisis gave concerning how the various new financial structures have actually been performing. Not that I would be in the dark about it, but after reading this book, I certainly am interested on what Professor Fleuriet thinks about that.

I would like to express my thanks to Professor Fleuriet for his expert explanation. The book was certainly worth the time.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 For students, bankers, executives, researchers, investors, and regulators alike. 26 juin 2011
Par Remrie Arrie - Publié sur
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Target Audience: "I wrote this book to demystify the workings of investment banks. If you are in touch with one side or another of an investment bank--whether you are a customer, supplier, professional, or competitor--I hope that this will enable you to negotiate your way more easily. It has also been my goal to explain how investment banks really function for the many business school students who go into investment banking each year. They need to be iexperts in their area, but they also need to know what the other areas of the bank are doing if they want to be involved in solving the complex financial problems of their clients. This book should answer the many questions asked by senior executives who are selecting an investment bank.Finally, I hope that my experience in the business will prove useful for my colleagues in any of these institutions who are still wondering what the heck happens here and what course of action they should be taking in light of what investment banks have done in the past, and are doing now."


About the Author: "Michel Fleuriet is currently an associate profesor at the University of Paris-Dauphine. He is also a visiting professor with the international business schools in China (CKGSB), Brazil (FDC), and the United States (Wharton).

Fleuriet spent hhalf of his professional career in the academic world and half as an investment banker. He started his career as a lawyer at the Paris bar....."

He became an assistant, assistant professor, and professor of finance at leading business schools in France, held executive positions at major investment banks.... he can walk down the aisle and receive diplomas in his sleep and eats them for breakfast. yada yada yada.....

In other words, simply put, this guy got skillz! This author is extremely intelligent in this topic and it shows. This book appears to be have been proof read by financial and literary gods, it is seemingly perfect in every detail you could ever hope for in a professional, informational, and educational business book that is thorough with notes and sources.

While this book is not my favorite financial, business, investing book, I have to say it is by far the best book I have ever read. Thoroughly enjoyed and this is the first and foremost recommended book on investment banking I recommend for anyone.

He holds no bias. This book does not glorify nor vilify anyone or anything mentioned. All content, sources, examples, and statistics are presented to the reader to form their own opinions, and learn how and why investment banks work.

One of the more fascinating things I learned in reading this is the apparent cat and mouse game between investment banks, and commercial banks. As well as empathy and sympathy that comes with better understanding banks for what they are and how they work, rather than blindly damning them or praising them for what they do.

This would be the financial/business banking equivalent of a book on juvenile delinquency. Ironically in some cases, this is exactly what it is!
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't Listen To The 1 Start Reviews 7 juillet 2015
Par Josh Kelm - Publié sur
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Don't listen to the 1 start reviews, they are for the kindle (which has now been fixed) but still get the hardback. This book is great for novices and people who want to know more about the business. Michel does a great job of combining real life experiences and deals to go along with the content of the book which makes it much more relatable and easier to grasp the concepts. Overall great buy but would have like to see a little bit more in depth, but otherwise great book and definitely recommend this book to anyone who's interested.
9 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 the kindle book has a problem.. 10 décembre 2012
Par JOONG - Publié sur
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I purchased a kindle version of the book. It includes only the chapter 1 of the book.. I guess the first 19 pages of the paper version. this must be a sample book rather than a separate book. Is this a kind of joke? Amazon must clearly explain this is composed of 19 pages, not 352 pages....

After searching for more options I realized that there is the other kindle version of this book available. By the way, it is too difficult to find the book. Without clicking the bullet in front of "kindle" the other book is hided.... Does intend that your customers buy the same book twice? introduction and whole book separately?

By the way, the introduction is intriguing in that it covers the origins of U.S. investment banking and the European investment banking. If I could read more than 19 pages available from the kindle version, it could be much more interesting.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Really solid overview of the industry. 25 juin 2010
Par Igor Razumnyy - Publié sur
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Starting from very beginning of banking in general this book brings readers to easily understandable overview of investment banking activities nowadays. Nice to see comments on relationship of investment banking industry to financial crisis of 2007.

Bit expensive given that no technical details are included but still from my stand point it's good value for the money.
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