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Investment Banking for Dummies

I used to know a socialite girl who worked at Holt Renfrew in Vancouver. As they have purchase allowances and because it is incumbent upon junior investment bankers to be immaculately dressed in no small part due to the toxic lifestyles endorsed by new finance Instagram accounts, I was happy

Acquisition Finance: Bullet Debt

Acquisition Financing – Investment Grade Bonds, Private Placements, Term Loan B, High Yield Debt Bonds, notes and term loans for institutional investors are otherwise seen as much more permanent capital than bank debt and is not meant to be paid down opportunistically. Fixed income investors – which are a distinct group

Acquisition Finance: Bank Debt

Forms of Acquisition Finance When people think about investment bankers, the first thing that comes to mind is usually is mergers & acquisitions. However, beyond the strategy and advisory component to effecting a merger, full service investment banks are eager to win acquisition finance mandates – that is providing the funds

Working in Treasury

Related: Interview with a Treasury Analyst What is Corporate Treasury? Treasury is the cash management function of the bank – it is responsible for cash inflows and cash outflows. Ideally, the treasury maximizes the cash inflows while minimizing the cash outflows via a variety of risk management solutions and opportune financing. Treasury

Should You Start Your Investment Banking Job Early?

Usually, investment banks hire for the upcoming fall when conducting on campus recruiting. This means that analysts will undergo training and orientation the following summer (anywhere from 2 weeks to 2 months for global capital markets franchises). Incoming analysts will usually use the gap between graduation and starting the job

Canadian M&A Roundup Dec 08, 2017 – Atrium Innovations, Hyperion Insurance Group, Goodman Hong Kong Logistics, NAPEC

Our previous Canadian Mergers & Acquisitions roundups can be found here. Our previous global M&A roundups can be found here. Target: Atrium Innovations Inc. Industry: Consumer & Retail Acquirer: Nestlé Health Science S.A. Target: Atrium Innovations Inc. Size: USD 2.3 billion Consideration: 100% Cash Sourceof Funds: Not Disclosed Sell Side Advisors: Morgan Stanley, RBC, William Hood & Company

Global ECM Weekly Monitor Dec 01, 2017 – Saigon Beer Alcohol Beverage, Enterprise Products Partners

Our previous Global ECM Weekly Monitors can be found here. Saigon Beer Alcohol Beverage Corporation (HOSE:SAB) Announcement Date: November 29, 2017 Gross Offering Amount: VND 109,972 billion (USD $4.8 billion) Price per share: VND 320,000 Lead Banks: Not Disclosed Nature of the issue: State bailout Security Issued: Common Shares Saigon Beer Alcohol Beverage Corporation is