An investment bank performs a variety of financial services for corporations, individuals and the government. The primary function is to raise capital for growing companies and the government by issuing equity and debt securities. They operate as an agent between companies in need of funding, and public markets. An investment bank also offers advisory and strategic services related to mergers, acquisitions and corporate restructuring. Today, a typical investment bank may offer risk management and broker dealer services as well.
Highly capitalized retail investment banks should take advantage of the new technology to have substantial advantage even over their smaller competitors.
ITS offers the following to Investment banks :