Chapter%202_Depository%20Institutions

Chapter%202_Depository%20Institutions - 1 PART I CHAPTER 2...

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1 Prepared by Patty Robertson May not be used without permission PART I CHAPTER 2 Depository Institutions
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Players in the FI Industry 2 Depos itory Ins titutions Commercial Banks Savings Institutions Credit Unions Non-Depos itory Ins titutions – will not cover Insurance Companies – Chapter 3 Securities Firms and Investment Banks – Chapter 4 Mutual Funds and Hedge Funds – Chapter 5 Finance Companies (including captives) – Chapter 6
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Depository Institutions (DIs) 3 Depository institutions derive a significant portion of investable funds from depositors. Non-depository institutions are not legally permitted to accept deposits, so finance investments with borrowed funds.
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Investment Banks 4 Investment banks are regulated by the SEC. Investment banks buy/sell securities, manage funds, advise clients, make investments, raise capital, and negotiate mergers/acquisitions. During the financial crisis, the two remaining investment
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course FIN 4620 taught by Professor Patriciarobertson during the Spring '12 term at Kennesaw.

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