Investment Banks Companies

As any bank, Investment Banks Companies are financial institutions; however, unlike other banks, they do not accept deposits. Their main function is to handle the securities of other companies. They work as the companies’ agents and underwrite their operations. For example, if a company wants to sell its shares, it sells it to the investment bank and the bank is the one that puts it on the market. That way, the selling company has its money, whether or not the shares are sold. Due to the type of transactions that they carry out, Investment Banks Companies have to do a lot of consulting to verify if the business is profitable or not.

Financial Services Companies by Category

Investment Banks Companies found 2

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  • Prudential Financial, Inc.
  • Prudential Financial, Inc.

    Prudential Financial, Inc is an American company financial company whose headquarters are located in Newark, New Jersey. The company was founded in 1875 under the name of The Prudential ...

  • Wells Fargo & Company
  • Wells Fargo & Company

    Wells Fargo & Company provides financial services in the USA. The company was found in 1852 by Henry Wells and William Fargo, the company it was mainly dedicated to the gold ...


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