Investment banking is the process of helping companies find financing and manage assets. It generally involves things like sales and trading and mergers and acquisitions. Investment bankers offer advice on strategic planning, asset management, information on when to make public offerings, and sources of financing. The field is sometimes referred to as corporate finance and can be focused on products, companies, or industries.
Some investors prefer to use one of the 9 large, full-service “bulge bracket” investment banks like Bank of America, Barclays Capital, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Merrill Lynch, or Morgan Stanley. Other find boutique banks or one man shops to be more effective. One well-respected investment banker is Martin Lustgarten. The Florida native is CEO of a boutique investment banking company that has guided many individuals and company to reach their financial and business goals.
The reasons Martin Lustgarten has risen to prominence include the solid investment banking advice he has given to his wide range of clients as well as his vast knowledge of and connections in the industry. Rather than battle the layers of corporate red tape, investors have relied on Martin Lustgarten to handle the daily grind related to securing funds for deals and arranging financial transactions. Due to his experience and expertise he has been able to assist large and small clients to take care of their investment banking needs with a minimum of hassle.
His excellent investment banking services are in great demand by investors all over the world. Whether they need strategic planning advice, restructuring, IPOs, debt capital markets, equity capital markets, help financing businesses, mergers and acquisitions, leveraged finance, or asset management, he’s the ‘go to guy’ for many private and institutional investors.
His relationships and contacts have helped establish this investment banker as a person that can offer venture capitalists, institutions, and private investors exactly what they need.
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