By Tom Lott
From the Vault profession Library from company finance and revenues & buying and selling to analyze and syndicate and the way those services engage, the occupation course in funding banking for knowledgeable execs, in addition to MBAs and up to date university graduates.
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M&A, Private Placements, and Reorgs CHAPTER 7 Mergers & acquisitions In the 1980s, hostile takeovers and LBO acquisitions were all the rage. Companies sought to acquire others through aggressive stock purchases and cared little about the target company’s concerns. The 1990s were the decade of friendly mergers, dominated by a few sectors in the economy. Mergers in the telecommunications, financial services, and technology industries have been commanding headlines as these sectors go through dramatic change, both regulatory and financial.
Return on equity is expressed as a percent. Many firms’ financial goal is to achieve a certain level of ROE per year, say 20 percent or more. Value stocks, investors growth stocks and momentum It is important to know that investors typically classify stocks into one of two categories — growth and value stocks. Momentum investors buy a subset of the stocks in the growth category. Value stocks are those that have been battered by investors. Typically, a stock that trades at low P/E ratios after having once traded at high P/E’s, or a stock with declining sales or earnings fits into the value category.
Usually, general pitchbooks include an overview of the I-bank and detail its specific capabilities in research, corporate finance, sales and trading. The second flavor of pitchbooks is the deal-specific pitch. While a general pitchbook does not differ much from deal to deal, bankers prepare offering pitchbooks specifically for the transactions (for example, an IPO) they are proposing to a company’s top managers. Deal-specific pitchbooks are highly customized and usually require at least one analyst or associate all-nighter to put together (although MDs, VPs, associates, and analysts all work closely together to create the book).
Vault Career Guide to Investment Banking, 4th Edition by Tom Lott