Investment banks aims at creating capital for other companies, entities and governments. Essentially, investment banks act as intermediaries between companies and investors, especially when a company needs to issue bonds or stocks. Investment banks offer various services, including arranging for the sale of securities, M&A services, underwriting new debt and equity securities, and brokerage. Investment banks also advice on placement of stock. They offer information of a company’s worth and counsel individuals and corporations on the proper ways of structuring their business in preparation for acquisition, sale or merger.
Investment banks facilitate the issuance of securities to help clients raise money and create the necessary documentation needed by the SEC to make a company go public. A list of the household names of renowned investment banks are JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley. Investment bankers’ helps governments, corporations, and other groups to plan and manage capital-intensive projects, thus help to clients save time and money. These institutions undertake risk analysis that seeks to identify the associated threats before starting a project. They help clients to maximize revenues and observe regulatory requirements.
Martin Lustgarten is an American investment banker and entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of Martin Lustgarten Investment Firm where he advises business owners, big companies, corporations and financial management institutions. He is responsible for all operations of the company. His transformative leadership has played a pivotal role in enhancing the success of the corporation. By virtue of having served the investment-banking sector for a long period, Martin has gained adequate experience. This way, he is able to offer the best financial services that suit the specific needs of his clients. He is regarded as one of the brightest minds in the industry.
Martin Lustgarten has the ability to handle the most complex transactions. Besides his involvement in the investment banking industry, he is a philanthropist. Currently, he is running a GoFundMe Campaign, with the aim of providing shelter to homeless dogs. He has also contributed to the financial markets by establishing efficient distribution channels. Martin is active on social media platforms, especially twitter.