Global Investment Banking Market Overview:
In the present business scenario, most investment banks are focusing on digital transformation in the business process to reduce costs and improve customer experience. Investment banks help governments, companies, and other related agencies to raise money by selling and issuing securities in the primary market. Additionally, they provide strategic advisory services for the merger, acquisitions, and other financial transaction. The major players in the market are Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, and Citigroupís Global Corporate, among others. The investment banking market has high growth prospects owing to increasing demand from the enterprises as the investment bank acts as an intermediary, and matches sellers of stocks and bonds with buyers of stocks and bonds from a market-making perspective. Some of the key players profiled in the study are Goldman Sachs (United States), JPMorgan (United States), Merrill Lynch (United States), Morgan Stanley (United States), Credit Suisse (Switzerland), Citigroupís Global Corporate (United States), Barclays Plc (United Kingdom), Deutsche Bank AG (Germany), UBS Group AG (Switzerland), RBC Capital Markets (Canada), Wells Fargo Securities (United States), Jefferies Group (United States), HSBC (United Kingdom) and BMO Capital Markets (Canada).
On the basis of geography, the market of Investment Banking has been segmented into South America (Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America), Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea, Taiwan, Australia, Rest of Asia-Pacific), Europe (Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Rest of Europe), MEA (Middle East, Africa), North America (United States, Canada, Mexico).
- It Provides Wide Range of Finance-Oriented Solutions
- Digitization in the Investment Banking Sector
- Growing Applications for Mergers and Acquisition Activities
- Equity-Related Offerings Led To Rise in Demand for Debt Capital Underwriting
- Stringent Government Regulations Regarding Investment Banking Services
- Growth in Loans and Debt Securities
- Huge Growth Potential for Investment Banking in Developing Economies
- Increasing Complexity of Regulation and Higher Capital Charges
- Lack of Awareness in the Emerging Economies
ďInvestment banks became an official legal designation following the Banking Act of 1933, commonly referred to as Glass-Steagall. Several other influential acts of Congress followed the Banking Act. The 1934 Securities Exchange Act provided new regulations for securities exchanges and broker-dealers. This act created the Securities and Exchange Commission, (SEC). The Investment Company Act and the Investment Advisers Act were passed in 1940, creating regulations for advisers, money managers, and others.Ē
Target Audience:Investment Banking Providers, Government Agencies, Commercial Research & Development Institutions, Government Organizations, Research Organizations, and Consulting Firms, Trade Associations and Industry Bodies and Others
Major Objectives Focused through this Study To define, describe, and forecast the Global Investment Banking market on the basis of product [Mergers And Acquisitions Advisory, Debt Capital Markets Underwriting, Equity Capital Markets Underwriting and Financial Sponsor/ Syndicated Loans] , application [Investment Banking Companies and Securities Company], key regions and end user
To provide in-depth information regarding major influencing factors affecting the growth of the market (trends, drivers, restraints, opportunities, and industry-centric and regional challenges)
To strategically analyse the micro-markets and important business segments with respect to individual growth drivers , market trends and potential, and historical contributions to the total market
Identifying the opportunities in the market for key stakeholders and detailing the competitive landscape for market leaders
To provide market size for various segments of the Investment Banking market with respect to major geographies, namely, South America (Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America), Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea, Taiwan, Australia, Rest of Asia-Pacific), Europe (Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Rest of Europe), MEA (Middle East, Africa), North America (United States, Canada, Mexico)
To strategically profile the key players and analyzing their market shares and core competencies in the Investment Banking industry
To track key developments such as product launches, expansions, agreements, partnerships, mergers & acquisitions, and R&D activities that are key factors in shaping the market
Available Customization: Data related to EXIM [Export- Import], production & consumption by country or regional level break-up can be provided based on client request**. Additionally, the Players which are also part of the research are .
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While framing the research framework, major and emerging players operating in the Investment Banking market in various regions have been profiled, and their offerings, geographic footprints, and distribution/sales channels have been analysed through in-depth discussions. Top-down and bottom-up approaches have been used to determine the overall market size. Sizes of the other individual markets have been estimated using the percentage splits obtained through secondary sources such as Hoovers, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and Dow Jones (Factiva), along with primary respondents. The complete methodology includes the study of the annual and financial reports of the key market players and extensive interviews with industry experts such as CEOs, VPs, directors, and marketing executives for key insights (both qualitative and quantitative) related to the market.