New Jersey 732.770.4100

 Investment Banking (IB)

For those interested in a Wall Street career, there are a number of roles that could be of interest including trader, analyst, and investment banker. Many want to be investment bankers, drawn by the high-profile and handsome salaries these jobs offer.

The investment banker acts in a capital markets advisory capacity to corporations and governments, rather than dealing directly with individual investors. Investment bankers help their clients raise money in the capital markets, provide various financial advisory services, and assist with mergers and acquisition activity. Thus, when the capital markets are doing well, investment bankers tend to do well since they can generate more revenues from all the activities that they undertake.

An investment bank is a financial institution that assists individuals, corporations, and governments in raising financial capital by underwriting or acting as the client's agent in the issuance of securities. Investment banks play an important role from the moment companies contemplate an acquisition to the final steps. When a buyer or seller contemplates an acquisition, the respective board of directors may choose to form a special committee to evaluate the merger proposal, and typically retains an investment bank to advise and evaluate the transaction’s terms and price as well as help the acquiring company arrange financing for the deal. Investment banks primarily help clients raise money through debt and equity offerings. This includes raising funds through Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), credit facilities with the bank, selling shares to investors through private placements, or issuing and selling bonds on behalf of the client.



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Admission Requirements   Recommended: minimum a Bachelor’s degree in Statistics, Mathematics, Finance, Banking and Risk Management, Economics, Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology and Informatics.
Curriculum Overview The course provides fundamental basics of Investment Banking and Risk Management tasks for Business Development, Analytics and Reporting needs. The course emphasizes on understanding of the Investment banking domain covering the following topics. (1) Introduction to Investment Banking (2) Fundamentals of Debt Securities (3) Government and Agency debt securities (4) Corporate Debt Securities (5) Mortgage-Backed and Municipal Debt Securities (6) Derivatives (7) An Overview of Financial Markets and Institutions (8) Introduction to Risk management (9) Algorithmic trading.
Teaching Methodology Available as self-paced training (PIP-Pure Internet Program) – Reading and Conceptual Material (PowerPoint presentations with Narratives, Reading Material as Chapters Quizzes & Final Certificate Exam).
Career Opportunity Pathways Investment Banking Specialist, Market Business Analyst, Financial Analyst, Risk Analyst, Production Support and IB Management Analyst.
Duration 45 days
Contact Information NJ Office - (P) 732.770.4100
Fax - 888.532.0210
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