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Welcome to a comprehensive web site on investment banking careers.
help companies and governments issue securities, help investors purchasesecurities, manage financial assets, trade securities and provide financial advice. Thetop investment banks including Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley are
said to be in the
bulge bracket 
JP Morgan (Mumbai & Bangalore)UBS(Hyd & Mumbai)Goldman Sach(Blr)Lehman BrosANZABNMorgan Stanley (Mumbai)Citigroup (Not in India)BNP Paribas(Not in india)Deutsche Bank (delhi, Bangalore , bom)HSBC (Blr)Merrill LynchEnamKotak MahindraSBI Capital MarketsAmbit Corp FinanceICICI Securities
Other investment banks are regionally oriented or situated in the middle market(e.g. Piper Jaffray). Others are small, specialized firms called boutiques which might
be oriented toward an industry vertical, bond-trading, M&A advisory, technicalanalysis or program trading. Firms have lots of different areas and groups withinthem. In most firms, there is sales and trading which works with owners of securities,investment banking which works with issuers of securities (firms and governments)and capital markets which goes in between the other two.
Further Information on Investment Banking
Provides a complete overview of investment banking in its modern form;defines key terms and discusses the functions of investment banks.Monkey Business: Swinging through the Wall Street Jungle. 
By John Rolfe and Peter Troob.Many a starry-eyed megalomaniac has followed the siren song of Wall Street.Money, prestige, and power await them as they waltz off into the promisedland...or so they think. The promised land, it turns out, is always one moretwenty-hour workday ...
Monkey Business
is the hilarious confession of twoyoung investment bankers.An Introduction to Investment Banks, Hedge Funds, and Private Equity: The New
By David Stowell.Provides a very good introduction to the role of investment banks and howthey interact with hedge funds and private equity firms. This book provides avery readable introduction to how the financial system is working now and is agreat backgrounder for anything contemplating banking as a career.Too Big to Fail. 
By Andrew Ross Sorkin.One of the best books ever written about the investment banking industry.Tells the story of the rescue of the banks in the depths of the financial crisis.Investment Banking Interview Study Guide. 
By Sean Miller.This is a timeless guide to help you in prepping for finance interviews,particularly for Investment Banks and Private Equity funds.The Best Book on Getting An IBanking Internship: Written By A Former Banking
By Erin Parker.Internship expert, Erin, has fought for her spot at top bulge bracket banks andboutique firms. She knows how stressful it can be to face case study questionsat interviews, and she wants to help you stand out from the thousands of other applicants to earn your position at JP Morgan. Erin guides you step-by-step from interview preparation to conquering the 90-hour work week. Erin'stips will give you an unfair advantage over your toughest competitors as younetwork at info sessions, nail your interview questions, and rise to the top of your internship class.
Beta A measure of the volatility, or systematic risk, of a security or a portfolio in comparison to the market as a whole. Beta isused in the capital asset pricing model (CAPM), a model thatcalculates the expected return of an asset based on its betaand expected market returns. Also known as "beta coefficient."Investopedia Says...Beta is calculated using regression analysis, and you canthink of beta as the tendency of a security's returns to respondto swings in the market. A beta of 1 indicates that thesecurity's price will move with the market. A beta of less than1 means that the security will be less volatile than the market. A beta of greater than 1 indicates that the security's price willbe more volatile than the market. For example, if a stock'sbeta is 1.2, it's theoretically 20% more volatile than themarket.Many utilities stocks have a beta of less than 1. Conversely,most high-tech, Nasdaq-based stocks have a beta of greater than 1, offering the possibility of a higher rate of return, butalso posing more risk.
 10 Timeless Market RulesTBob Farrell was the head of Merrill Lynch Research for decades, and during that time he established himself as oneof the premier market analysts on Wall Street. His insights ontechnical analysis and general market tendencies were later canonized as "10 Market Rules to Remember" and have beendistributed widely ever since. Let's take a look at thesetimeless rules and how they can help you achieve better 

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