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  • A Career in Investment Banking

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    ANALYSIS OF A CAREER IN INVESTMENT BANKING ANALYSIS OF A CAREER IN INVESTMENT BANKING INTRODUCTION What is Investment Banking Dictionary defines ‘investment’ as “the money that people or organizations have put into a company, business, or bank in order to get a profit, or to make a business activity successful” (Longman). An investment banker is someone whose job is to make investments as successful and as profitable as possible. It is investment banker’s job to use the knowledge

  • Careers In Investment Banking

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    Careers in Investment Banking A career in the securities industry can offer exciting work if you enjoy working in a competitive and demanding atmosphere. Investment bankers, stock brokers, and stock traders all make up the securities industry providing services to each other, as well as the general public. All of people involved in this field deal with stocks, bonds, and other financial material in some way or another, but they all have their own specific objectives and duties. The primary

  • My Banking Career

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    Ans. 1 I would like to build my career in banking industry. In this era of up-and-coming technologies I think IT will play major role in my business. Implementing Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), my employees will value the process of high performance by getting knowledge of IT, customer relationship management (CRM), supply chain management (SCM) and the essential of maintaining good relationships with my customers. First and foremost, SOA can help to cut the IT controls and allows banks to

  • Investment Banking Analyst Career

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    The job of an investment analyst in a banking firm such as Goldman Sach and JPMorgan is to oversee whether or not an investment made by customers will bear fruits, but in order to do so, one must be skillful either in accounting or finance. A clear understanding in one of those majors is necessary because an investment banking analyst will be dealing with a bunch of financial research in stock and bond market and also in companies. Thus, providing information for the customers to help their decision

  • Major Differences And Career Challenges In The Financial Services Industry

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    their career path. The financial services industry encompasses not only banking, but it also includes the sale of stocks and bonds, private insurance along with the real estate market. Within the upcoming years, there will be major differences in the financial services industry because of the popularity of mobile banking, internet, the idealistic age group and the ability gap. Having worked in the banking industry for more than 18 years, I have found that there are many trends within the banking industry

  • The Banking Industry

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    Banking In addition to the myriad of career options that exist in the world, there are issues that present complications for professionals in those fields. As a Christian, it’s essential to develop a biblically appropriate approach in response to the various issues that manifest themselves in the professional world. The banking industry is an example of a career with manifest issues. Banking is the heart of every modern society’s economy, and cannot appropriately function without bankers, who control

  • Hypothesis For Mobile Banking

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    Problem statement: Mobile banking provides many advantages to banks such as improving service quality, improving customer retention, extending their customers reach, enhancing operational efficiency, requires little or no infrastructure and reducing costs (Shaikh, 2013; Khraim et al., 2011), and it also provides many advantages to customers such as instant connectivity, reducing the risk of carrying cash, access to banking services anytime and anywhere without temporal and spatial constraints

  • The Quest For Cultural Capital

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    Banking firms on Wall Street are powerful. This immense amount of power privileges them the ability to control certain resources within society as well as the behavior of specific individuals (Bourdieu and Eagleton 1994, 270). One of the dominant Wall Street ideologies, the “culture of smartness,” represents the “symbolic power” that these banking firms possess (Ho 2009, 40, Bourdieu and Eagleton 1994, 266). Not based on the inherent ability nor “natural aptitudes” of individuals, the “culture

  • Job Practice and Training Intern Kuwait Finance House in Bahrain

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    Islamic and commercial investment banking services. Kuwait Finance House – Bahrain established in January 2002 and its wholly owned subsidiary of Kuwait Finance house - Kuwait . they are an industry leader for more than 30 years and with total assets of KD 3.915 Billions. While the total assets of KFH- Bahrain is BD 291 Million . also , they are specializes in conceptualizing the development and introduction of innovation , plus providing the sharia 'a compliant banking and investment products . all

  • Karen Ho's Biographies Of Hegemony By Karen Ho

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    particularities of people’s experiences it becomes clear that smallness does not play a role in deciding a person’s fate in Wall Street. The smallness is simply unacknowledged which restricts the most deserved people from a position in investment banking. When Ho dives into the roots of the recruiting process, she finds that the investment bankers choose people by judging a book by its cover. The majority of investment bankers on Wall Street are white males, with a select few minorities and women