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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
How to be an investment banker.
Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|ISBN:||9781118494486 1118494482 9781118494363 1118494369|
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||How to Be an Investment Banker; Contents; Introduction; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Introduction to Investment Banking; Overview of an Investment Bank; Key Divisions of an Investment Bank; Overview of Investment Banking; Types of Investment Banking Transactions; Pitching; Types of Investment Banks; Structure of the Investment Banking Division; The Life of an Investment Banker; Investment Banking Hierarchy; The "Work" of an Investment Banker; The Lifestyle of an Investment Banker; Exit Opportunities; Frequently Asked Questions; Chapter 2 Accounting Overview; Introduction to Accounting. Financial AccountingTax Accounting; Managerial Accounting; Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP); The Income Statement; Cash Basis of Accounting; Accrual Basis of Accounting; Income Statement Overview; The Balance Sheet; Assets; Noncurrent (Long-Term) Assets; Liabilities; Shareholders' Equity; Additional Balance Sheet Topics; The Statement of Cash Flows; Cash Flow from Operating Activities; Cash Flow from Investing Activities; Cash Flow from Financing Activities; Cash Flow Statement Example; Integrating the Three Financial Statements. How Does [Fill in the Blank] Impact the Three Financial Statements?Examples; End-of-Chapter Questions; Chapter 3 Finance Overview; The Financial System; Savers; Borrowers; The Financial Institutions; Principles of Finance; Time Value of Money; Risk and Reward; Discount Rate and the Opportunity Cost of Capital; Present and Future Value of Cash Flows; Introduction to Corporate Finance; Decision 1: To Invest or Not to Invest; Decision 2: How to Fund the Investment; Capital Structure; What if There Are No Good Investments?; Valuing Securities; Bonds; Stocks; Options and Warrants. End-of-Chapter QuestionsChapter 4 Financial Statement Analysis; Sources of Financial Information; Introduction to SEC Filings; Types of SEC Filings; 10-K Overview; 10-Q Overview; Other Data Sources; Financial Statement Analysis; Overview of Ratio Analysis; Growth Statistics; Profitability Ratios (Margins); Return Ratios; Credit Ratios; Activity Ratios; Analyzing Different Time Periods; Fiscal Year; Fiscal Quarter; Year-to-Date (YTD); Last Twelve Months (LTM); Calendarization; "Normalizing" the Financi als; Non-Recurring Items; Sources for Finding Adjustments; Adjusting the Income Statement. End-of-Chapter QuestionsChapter 5 Valuation; Introduction to Valuation; The Primary Valuation Methodologies; Enterprise Value; Valuation Multiples and Relative Value; Comparable Company Methodology; Step 1: Selecting Comps; Step 2: Spreading Comps; Step 3: Normalizing the Financials; Step 4: Calculating Valuation Multiples; Step 5: Analyzing and Applying the Multiples; Precedent Transaction Methodology; Step 1: Selecting Acquisition Comps; Steps 2 and 3: Spreading and Normalizing Acquisition Comps; Step 4: Calculating Valuation Multiples; Step 5: Analyzing and Applying the Multiples.|
|Series Title:||Wiley finance series|
A top-notch resource for anyone who wants to break into the demanding world of investment banking For undergraduates and MBA students, this book offers the perfect preparation for the demanding and rigorous investment banking recruitment process.
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