Course Details

Investment Banking

This course focuses on investment banking firm organizational structure, products, risks, earnings, regulations, innovations and competition. The functions of the "banking" business, including M&A, and equity, bond and convertible financings and the "sales and trading" business, including client-related sales and trading and proprietary trading, will be analyzed. In addition, new, innovative Wall Street securities and advisory products will be reviewed. Finally, investment banking relationships with LBO funds, hedge funds and corporate and institutional clients will be explored. Pre-requisites: Corporate Finance is a pre-requisite for this course. Securities Regulation is also a pre-requisite. Previous coursework or professional experience in Accounting is recommended. Students with a professional background in Finance may receive a waiver of the Corporate Finance pre-requisite with professor permission. This course is offered on the quarter calendar on the Chicago campus in the Wieboldt Building.

Catalog Number: BUSCOM 715
Additional Course Information: Class meets using University Calendar,  Co-listed with KSM

Course History

Fall 2020
Title: Investment Banking
Faculty: Stowell, David Paul
Section: 1     Credits: 2.5
Capacity: 12     Actual: 11