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eBook How the U.S. Securities Industry Works ePub

by Hal McIntyre

eBook How the U.S. Securities Industry Works ePub
Author: Hal McIntyre
Language: English
ISBN: 0966917898
ISBN13: 978-0966917895
Publisher: The Summit Group Publishing, Inc.; 3rd edition (October 1, 2007)
Pages: 718
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 685
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ePub file: 1641 kb
Fb2 file: 1202 kb

It explained the industry with more depth and clarity than other books I have read on the same subject.

It explained the industry with more depth and clarity than other books I have read on the same subject. I also found the author's 'Securities Operations Glossary' to be useful.

How the US Securities Industry Works is the only book that describes the complete securities processing . Other books on securities processing have focused on a single segment of the industry, such as brokers or banks.

How the US Securities Industry Works is the only book that describes the complete securities processing environment in the United States. It starts with the pre-trade activities that are conducted by individual and institutional investors and follows the progress of the different types of trades to the post settlement activities that are required to service each position i How the US Securities Industry Works is the only book that describes the complete securities processing environment in the United States.

McIntyre, Hal. Published by The Summit Group Publishing, Inc (2000). ISBN 10: 0966917812 ISBN 13: 9780966917819.

Douglas Carmichael "Mike" McIntyre II (MAC-in-tire; born August 6, 1956) was first elected to represent North Carolina's 7th Congressional District in the . House of Representatives in 1996. He served for 18 years from 1997 to 2015. McIntyre was a Democrat and a member of the Blue Dog Coalition. Born August 6, 1956, McIntyre attended public schools in his hometown of Lumberton, North Carolina.

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Securities Industry Works'. By None October 18, 2004 12:00 AM GMT. Follow global custodian.

Bureau of Industry and Security. The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) is an agency of the United States Department of Commerce that deals with issues involving national security and high technology

Bureau of Industry and Security. The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) is an agency of the United States Department of Commerce that deals with issues involving national security and high technology. A principal goal for the bureau is helping stop proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, while furthering the growth of United States exports. The Bureau is led by the Under Secretary of Commerce for Industry and Security.

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The laws and rules that govern the securities industry in the United States derive from a simple and . Though it is the primary overseer and regulator of the .

Though it is the primary overseer and regulator of the . securities markets, the SEC works closely with many other institutions, including Congress, other federal departments and agencies, the self-regulatory organizations (. the stock exchanges), state securities regulators, and various private sector organizations.

Updated with the latest securities industry procedures, this third edition addresses the fundamentals of the securities industry: the players, the markets, the products, the life-cycle of a trade and today's industry challenges. It covers everything from the industry basics to the structure and processing of credit derivatives, and does so in a clear and to-the-point style.
Ynye
The book contains a nuts and bolts review of all the elements of the US securities industry. It's a good tool to learn how every part of the system operates, who the key players are (or at least were when the book was written), how the technology works, etc. It's put together in outline format, so it doesn't contain much of a logical development--it's a handbook instead.

My one frustration is the sloppy editing. The book was clearly pasted together from many sources, a lot of which were the companies, agencies, and organizations themselves. Sometimes the text is written in first person, as if copied directly from the e-mail answer from a company. Similar information is repeated from section to section because two respondents from different companies gave similar responses. Finally, there are a number of typos and even pages that are repeated.

Overall--good content, but both the editor and the proofreader must have been asleep at the wheel.
Oparae
Great reference book.
Garne
I like it... good book, one books describe the entire industry how small pics are connected into the big picture in the term of operation...
Keel
Most books on the securities industry are focused on recommending investment strategies. This one actually explains the processes behind how the market works. I highly recommend it for someone new to the securities industry or anyone in a sales or marketing role that is selling to firms in the capital markets. It is long, 700 pages, but the chapters are written in such a way that you can easily jump around the book to learn what you need to know. I was disappointed with the chapters on "Buying and Selling Securities" and "Post Trade Processing, Clearing and Settlement", but the sections on "Bank Processing" and "Investment Manager Processing" are some of the best content out there.
Nuliax
I found 'How the US Securities Industry Works' to be an excellent review of the entire securities industry. It explained the industry with more depth and clarity than other books I have read on the same subject. I also found the author's 'Securities Operations Glossary' to be useful.
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