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Gradually, the traditional stock brokering has been split into trading and brokering (sales).

In stock brokering, the same share may mean very different things to different clients, depending on their attitudes towards risk, their current investment portfolio and so on. Chapter 6 introduces the least public line of business within investment banking: corporate banking. In this department, significant changes to industry and company structures are regularly planned and realized. The involvement of corporate banking in large business deals, such as mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs and IPOs makes it one of the more important ‘construction departments’ for the financial markets.

Both primary market banking and secondary market brokering grew rapidly. This growth was also supported by the development of new information technology and by the emergence of modern financial theories. The development of information technology The pressure on the stock exchanges and their members to handle the increased trading volumes was high already in the 1960s. 5 million shares per day during the first half of the twentieth century. In 1965, the average daily volume exceeded 6 million and by 1968 it was nearly 13 million (Morrison and Wilhelm, 2007:233).

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