INVESTMENT BANKER Definition

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INVESTMENT BANKER is an underwriter who serves as a middleman between a corporation issuing new securities and the public. Usually, an investment banker, or several investment bankers in a syndicate, buy the securities issue outright, then sell the securities to individuals or institutions.

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FINRA is Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. FINRA is the largest self-regulatory organization for the securities industry in the United States. FINRA has primary responsibility for the regulation of NASDAQ and the over-the-counter securities markets.

A&P is an acronym for Administrative and Personnel.

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