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Investment banks act as financial advisors and assistants in stock trading, broker services, mergers and acquisitions, market making, securities trading, financial analytics, etc. They do not take deposits like commercial and retail banks and usually generate profits via fees and trading.

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Mizuho Bank is a commercial bank that began operation on July 1, 2013, with its headquarters in Tokyo in Japan. It offers corporate and investment banking services to major corporations, financial institutions, and public sector entities. It also provides current and ordinary, deposits at notice, time and specified deposits, deposits for tax… See more

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UBS is a global wealth manager, a leading, global investment banking and securities firm, and one of the largest global asset managers. In Switzerland, UBS is the market leader in retail and commercial banking. By combining your talent with their strength, they can achieve great results. It works with individuals, families, institutions, and… See more

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European Investment Bank (EIB) provides lending, borrowing, and treasury services primarily in the European Union.The company offers project loans for the public and private sectors; loans to banks and other intermediaries; structured finance products; guarantees and securitization instruments for senior and subordinated debts; project bonds; equity and… See more