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Investment Banks: The Role of Firms & Their Analysts with Enron & Global Crossing
Investment Banks: The Role of Firms & Their Analysts with Enron & Global Crossing
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 2003
Pages: 58
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 075673357X

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Richard J. Hillman & Jeanette M. Franzel. In the wake of a series of recent corporate scandals & bankruptcies, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act mandated that the GAO study the involvement of investment banks (IB) with two companies, Enron & Global Crossing. In this report, the term “IB” includes not only securities firms but also those bank holding companies. with securities affiliates or business divisions that assist clients in obtaining funds to finance investment projects. GAO agreed to provide publicly available information on the roles IB played in designing, executing, & participating in certain structured finance transactions, IB, & Federal regulators’ oversight of these transactions, & the role that the IBs’ research analysts played with Enron & Global Crossing. Charts & tables.

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