from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A financial institution that deals primarily with raising capital, corporate mergers and acquisitions, and securities trades.
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- n. A financial institution that deals with raising capital, trading in securities and managing corporate mergers and acquisitions.
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Out of 38 major ad-technology acquisitions last year, less than half sold for a positive return, says Terence Kawaja , chief executive of Luma Partners LLC, a boutique investment bank specializing in media and technology firms.
Macquarie Bank, an investment bank in Australia, has formed a consortium with Sterlite Industries (India) Limited and Aeroports de Paris in a bid to redevelop and modernise the Delhi and Mumbai airports.
The early 1980s might have been a bleak economic time for the country as a whole, but the future looked bright for the young couple: Tom landed at the powerhouse Wall Street investment bank Salomon Brothers and Sallie found a job as an advertising executive.
"There's no revenue growth," says bank analyst Andrew Marquardt of Evercore Partners, an investment bank in New York.
Last year, the cable-TV upfront fetched about $8 billion in commitments, about 93% of the value of the broadcast networks' upfront take, according to a report issued by investment bank Barclays Capital.