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Basic Introduction to Financial Sector Part 1: Institutions and Roles of Individuals © Copyright 2012 MUTIS. All rights reserved 2012.
Sell SideBuy Side Investment Bank (Barclays Capital, Citigroup, Morgan Stanley etc) Investment/Asset Managers (Fidelity, Blackrock etc) Hedge Funds Pension Funds
© Copyright 2012 MUTIS. All rights reserved 2012. Investment Bank Middle Office ( Generally Risk Management) Global Markets Back Office (Mainly Operations and Technology) Front Office (Revenue Generating Roles) Investment Bank Equity and Debt Capital Markets Sales, Trading & Structuring Mergers and Acquisitions Products (Equities, FICC, Derivatives etc) Sector: Generalist or Specialist (Healthcare, Oil & Gas, Mining etc) Research
© Copyright 2012 MUTIS. All rights reserved 2012. Global Markets Sales: Build and maintain client relationships, selling new trading ideas. Trading: Execute client orders or take proprietary trading positions for the bank (less so now) Structuring: Create and develop tailored products to match client needs.
© Copyright 2012 MUTIS. All rights reserved 2012. Research Research: Analysts will work closely in analysing securities, they will meet with companies and also interact with GM.
© Copyright 2012 MUTIS. All rights reserved 2012. Capital Markets Origination. Equity Capital Markets: When a company issues equity for funding e.g. IPO. People working in this area will originate, structure and execute an issue. Debt Capital Markets: When a company issues debt (bonds) for funding. People working in this area will originate, structure and execute an issue.
© Copyright 2012 MUTIS. All rights reserved 2012. M&A Mergers: When two or more companies join (people working in this area will advise such companies partaking in the deal) Acquisitions: When a company buys another (people working in this area will either advise the acquirer or the one to be acquired)
© Copyright 2012 MUTIS. All rights reserved 2012. Sell Side (Client) Fund/Portfolio Manager (Generalist) Buy Side Analyst (Specialist) Trader (Generalist)
© Copyright 2012 MUTIS. All rights reserved 2012. Two Other Popular Roles Corporate Banking: The corporate’s bank. Wealth Management: Will help meet the financial and investment needs of individuals, families, businesses and institutions.
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