Investment Banking vs. Corporate Finance: What’s the Difference?

Investment Banking vs. Corporate Finance: An Overview

A generally-accepted distinction between corporate finance roles and investment banking roles is that a corporate finance professional deals with day-to-day financial operations and handles short- and long-term business goals, while an investment banker focuses on raising capital. An investment banker might also run private placements and conduct merger and acquisitions (M&A) deals.

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