Investment banks serve the important function of assisting other entities in obtaining financing for their operations through the issuance of ownership shares in the project or company. An investment bank differs from a traditional bank in that it does not accept deposits in the way that savings and loan banks do. Instead, they offer assistance to corporations engaging in complex transactions such as mergers and acquisitions. Investment banking activities are usually characterized as belonging... więcej
Salem Press Encyclopedia, 2020. 2p.