Prepared By: Prof. Chhaya PatelSMT.K.K.PATEL MBA/MCA COLLEGE, MEHSANA(818)
In banking, a merchant bank is a financial institution primarily engaged in offering financial services and advice to corporations and wealthy individuals on how to use their money. The term can also be used to describe the private equity activities of banking. According to Cox, D. merchant banking is defined as, “merchant banks are the financial institutions providing specialist services which generally include the acceptance of bills of exchange, corporate finance, portfolio management and other banking services”.
Corporate Counseling Project Counseling And Pre-Investment Studies Credit Syndication Issue Management and Underwriting Bankers to issue Portfolio Management Venture Capital Financing Leasing Non-Resident Investment Acceptance Credit And Bill Discounting
Leadership Aggressive action Co-operative and friendliness Contacts Attitude towards problem solving Inquisitiveness for new skills, information and knowledge
Providing long term funds to the projects or companies. Project counseling- loan syndication, project appraisal and arrangement of Working capital. Deciding the capital structure. Portfolio Management Underwriting Corporate advisory & issue mgmt.