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Money and banking investment.

Investment banking is a special segment of banking operation that helps individuals or organisations raise capital and provide financial consultancy services to them.

They act as intermediaries between security issuers and investors and help new firms to go public. They either buy all the available shares at a price estimated by their experts and resell them to public or sell shares on behalf of the issuer and take commission on each share.

Investment banking is among the most complex financial mechanisms in the world. They serve many different purposes and business entities. They provide various types of financial services, such as proprietary trading or trading securities for their own accounts, mergers and acquisitions advisory which involves helping organisations in Haiti,; leveraged finance that involves lending money to firms to purchase assets and settle acquisitions, restructuring that involves improving structures of companies to make a business more efficient and help it make maximum profit, and new issues or IPOs, where these banks help new firms go public.

When it comes to investments, what most prudent investors want is for their investments to be secure and at the same time, earn reasonable returns. Investors however, broadly fall into two categories – conservative or risk-averse investors who are more concerned on the safety/security of their investment, and aggressive investors: those who are willing to take a risk to get higher returns. To narrow down upon the investment profile you fit, you need to determine your risk appetite, as well as your investment tenure. Once you’ve identified your investor profile, you need to understand the different types of investments you can choose to diversify your portfolio with.

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