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5.0 von 5 Sternen Comprehensive intro to back office operations
Publisher New York Institute of Finance (former training arm of the NYSE) has another hit book here! This book steps you through a fictional stockbrokerage firm: "Stone, Forrest & Rivers" and leaves no department out except the one we know so well: Sales.
You find out about the business of the Purchase & Sales department, Margin Department,...
Veröffentlicht am 28. April 2000 von Christopher Tune

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1.0 von 5 Sternen Outdated and short on facts.
This book seems to be highly overrated. It deals with the long-gone days of paper processing in the securities industry with scant reference to computer technology.
It is also short on the detail that you would expect from someone that understood the subject in depth.
If you know of a book that covers this industry both currently and including its essential...
Veröffentlicht am 30. April 1999 von dnoakes@home.com


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Comprehensive intro to back office operations, 28. April 2000
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Publisher New York Institute of Finance (former training arm of the NYSE) has another hit book here! This book steps you through a fictional stockbrokerage firm: "Stone, Forrest & Rivers" and leaves no department out except the one we know so well: Sales.
You find out about the business of the Purchase & Sales department, Margin Department, Reorg Dept. and several others. This is the easy way for a newcomer to the securities industry to find out how the firm actually runs.
When I was a student at NASD "Phase" classes--training designed to get new examiners (the NASD is the largest regulator of the securities industry, with more examiners than even the US SEC) up to speed quickly on the working details of the stock brokerage and investment banking industry--I noticed an earlier edition of this book in the bookshelf in the classroom. I asked about it because another, veteran examiner told me to get the book. The training instructor said "There is no other book like it. . ." "It is the best there is for covering the entire operations of the back office of a stockbroker".
It is no wonder this book is a hit with Lehman Bros. or with CPA firm Deloitte & Touche (they need to audit stockbrokerage firms). If you are only investing, you don't need this book, but if you are charged with running a broker-dealer or auditing it, then this is the book to get you up to speed quickly!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Very interesting book, 25. Mai 1999
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I was given this book to read when I started a contract assignment at a Securities Data-Processing service Company. I can't put it down, the world of finance and money trading is absolutely fascinating. I'm reviewing this book with absolutely no previous "money industry" experience. I'm just reviewing it based on it's "readability". The subject matter is very interesting, the author is very knowledgeable. For me, he explains things "just enough" so that I "get it" but I'm not overwhelmed. Very interesting book if you want to learn about the financial world or, if your involved, it doesn't hurt to refresh.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Incredibly boring, incredibly useful, 17. Mai 2000
Consider yourself warned: this book is really, really boring. Astonishingly so. I do this stuff for a living, and it still put me to sleep.
The reason it is so dull, however, is that it explains securities processing with great clarity and precision, without any mistakes or digressions. It is slightly outdated, so if the advances of the last seven years are very important to you (they won't be, to most people--the back office doesn't change as quickly as one would think), get Michael Reddy's book "Securities Operations" instead.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Outdated and short on facts., 30. April 1999
This book seems to be highly overrated. It deals with the long-gone days of paper processing in the securities industry with scant reference to computer technology.
It is also short on the detail that you would expect from someone that understood the subject in depth.
If you know of a book that covers this industry both currently and including its essential technology I would like to hear from you.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent review of the process, 1. Januar 1999
Von Ein Kunde
A must read for brokerage personnel, consultants and lawyers who need to understand everything that happens after a customer places his order. Every step of the processing of the transaction is thoughtfully explained.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent, 20. Juni 1998
Von Ein Kunde
This book, and Michael T. Reddy's "Security Operations" are the best books ever written on this topic. Take your pick, they are both Excellent.
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