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Investment Banking General Info.

 Investment Banks help companies and governments issue securities, help investors purchase securities, manage financial assets, trade securities and provide financial advice. Some investment banks are regionally oriented or situated in the middle market. Others are small, specialized firms called boutiques which might be oriented toward bond-trading, Mergers and acquisitions advisory, technical analysis or program trading. Firms have lots of different areas and groups within them. In most firms, there is sales and trading which works with owners of securities, investment banking which works with issuers of securities (firms and governments) and capital markets which goes in between the other two. We at Syntegral consulting have strategic alliances with these Investment Bankers, institutional investors, venture capitalists, and wealthy private investors.

Investment bankers, especially boutique investment bankers, have extensive contacts in the tightly knit world of Venture Capitalists and private-equity investors, as well as with wealthy individuals and potential strategic-partner investors. Plus they're able to understand and negotiate away the complex and draconian conditions that some investors now demand. The complexity of the terms being sought, and the effect on the valuation of a company, is such that the up-to-the-minute understanding a banker can provide may very well determine who ultimately controls a company. Even company owners who are sophisticated about raising capital are leaning heavily on investment bankers to help them navigate the latest deal terms, such as milestone financing and liquidation preferences.

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