What is the difference between Corporate Finance and Investment Banking?



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Corporate Finance is a division in a company which handles all the finance activities of the company, like making strategic decisions, making arrangements for the financial requirement of the company by bank borrowings.

Investment Banking goal is to raise a massive amount of capital by taking a company public or stock/bond offerings instead of borrowing from bank.
Alternatively, a private company may choose to borrow a large amount of capital from wealthy individuals and institutional investors - this is called private placement.

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Corporate Finance is a division in a company which handles all the finance activities of the company, like making strategic decisions, making arrangements for the financial requirement of the company by bank borrowings.

Investment Banking goal is to raise a massive amount of capital by taking a company public or stock/bond offerings instead of borrowing from bank.
Alternatively, a private company may choose to borrow a large amount of capital from wealthy individuals and institutional investors - this is called private placement.

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