Cover page of second edition
 
The City: Inside the Great Expectation Machine.
Book explaining what happens inside the City of London and its role in a world of global financial markets, institutional investment in stock markets and investment banking.
 
 
What This Book is All About
The City and the Stock Market
 
 
What's New About the Second Edition?
Fully updated and extended to take account of events in the last two years
 
 
What Others Have Said About It
Reviews of the first edition and endorsements of the second edition
 
 
Contents
Chapter headings and subheadings
 
 
About The Author
Tony Golding---biographical and contact details
 
 
How It Came to Be Written
What stimulated the writing of this book
 
 
How To Order
How to order "The City" over the Web
 
 
Useful Links
Useful websites for those interested in institutional investment and investment banking
 
 
"The internet bubble - why stock market booms happen". Talk given at Warwick University, February 2004.
The causes of the internet boom and the parallels in economic history.
 
 

About The Author

After graduating from Cambridge and the University of Sussex, where he gained a doctorate in industrial economics, Tony Golding spent several years with an international electronics company. He entered the City in 1974 and spent 24 years there, starting as an investment analyst with a small, research-based firm of stockbrokers. In 1978 he joined Flemings, the London-based investment bank (which is now part of J.P.Morgan Chase), becoming a director and head of research in the asset management division.

Before Big Bang in 1986 he took responsibility for setting up the research and sales functions in Flemings’ newly established securities operation. In 1989 he moved over to investment banking, where he specialized in the generation and marketing of acquisition and equity-financing ideas in several industry sectors, both in the UK and internationally. He left in 1998 to write this book.

Many people in the City can lay claim to an in-depth knowledge of institutional investment or securities or investment banking, but very few have first-hand experience of working at director level in all three. In writing this book, Tony Golding has drawn extensively on the all-round perspective that his varied career has given him.


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