Investment banks offer a wide range of services to both companies and government including:
The US investment banking industry is adjusting to the new Basel III capital requirements, the Volcker Rule restricting bank proprietary trading with their own capital, Dodd-Frank and various other evolving rules and legislation.
Investment banks are also entering new areas that were previously seen as less-glamorous but providing a steady income and are less capital-intensive such as foreign exchange, trade finance and global custody.
The Corporate & Investment Banking models provide a data architecture to support the requirements of investment banks and allow for the integration of additional bank offerings as those services are required.
|Underwriting and distribution of new security issues||Asset management|
|Brokerage services to public and institutional investors||Options|
|Trading intermediary services for clients||Futures|
|Financial advice and counselling||Securities|
|Mergers and acquisitions services||Swaps|
|Foreign exchange services|
The Corporate & Investment Banking model set can be seamlessly integrated with other ADRM Software financial services offerings such as Brokerage, Commercial Banking, Payment Services, Mortgage Services, and Mutual Funds & Fund Management.