Capital Market Structure and Investment

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Capital Market Structure and Investment 

Capital Market

ABSTRACT

Capital markets are the markets where securities such as shares and bonds are issued to raise medium to long-term financing, and where the securities are traded. The securities might be issued by a company which could issue shares or bonds to raise money. Bonds could also be issued by other entitiies in need of long-term cash, such as regional or national governments. The securities are issued in what is known as the primary market and traded in the secondary market. In the primary market a company would have face to face meetings to place its securities with investors. A company might work with an investment bank who would act as an intermediary and underwrite the offering.

In the secondary market the original investors can sell the securities they have just bought. The trading of the securities is opened up to all the participants in a particular market. Short-term funds are raised in the money markets.

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In September 2013, Jamie Dimon, the JP Morgan chief executive, told staff he was simplifying the bank’s structure in response to the regulatory probes. He also said the business continued to be strong and cited which included a role in managing the sale of Verizon’s giant bond offering.Capital Market

 ‘Capital Investment’

While capital investment is usually earmarked for capital or long-life assets, a portion may also be used for working capital purposes.Capital Market Capital investment encompasses a wide variety of funding options. While funding for capital investment is generally in the form of common or preferred equity issuances, it may also be through straight or convertible debt. Capital Market It may range from an amount of less than $100,000 in seed financing for a start-up to amounts in the hundreds of millions for massive projects in capital-intensive sectors such as mining, utilities and infrastructure.Capital Market

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1    Background of the Study

1.2    Statement of Problem

1.3    Objectives of the Study

1.4    Research Questions

1.5    Research Hypotheses

1.6    The Scope and Limitations of the Study

1.7    Significance of the Study

1.8    Definition of the Terms

References

CHAPTER

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

2.1    Introduction

2.2    Business Risks and Economic Globalization

2.3    Meaning and Concept o risk Management

2.4    Types of Risks Providing Banking Services

2.5    Classification of risks

2.6    Financial Risks Facing Nigerian Commercial Banks

2.7    Design and Selection of Risk Management Strategic

2.8    Portfolio Risk Analysis Management

2.9    Implication of Banking Risks on the Stability and

Soundness of the Financial System and the economy in General

2.10   Procedures for Adequate Bank Risk Management

2.11   Method of Monitoring Bank Risk

2.12   Risk Control and Financing in Commercial Bank

2.13   Regulatory and Supervisory Frameworks

2.14    Overview of the 1988 Accord

2.15  Causes of Credit Risks to Commercial Banks

  1. The Role of Liquidity in Commercial Bank Portfolio Management

2.17   Lending Polices of Commercial Banks

2.18   Summary of Literature Review

References

CHAPTER THREE

RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY

3.1    Introduction

3.2    Research Design

3.3    Population and Sample Size

3.4    Models of the Study

3.5    Sources of Data

3.6    Techniques of Data Collections

3.7    Data Analysis Techniques

References

CHAPTER FOUR

DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS

4.0    Introduction

4.1    Data Presentation

4.2    Analysis of Data

CHAPTER FIVE

CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

5.1    Conclusion and Recommendations

.2    Recommendations

References

Bibliography

Appendix

 

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