Investment of Banking: Past, Present, and Future

  title={Investment of Banking: Past, Present, and Future},
  author={Alan D. Morrison and William J. Wilhelm},
  journal={Banking \& Financial Institutions},
1. That is, the total number of employees, excluding administrative staff. 2. The data in this paragraph are taken from the SIA, the Securities Industry Databank, and Factbook. 3. See A. D. Morrison and W. J. Wilhelm, Jr., (2007), Investment Banking: Institutions, Politics and Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press. by Alan D. Morrison, Said Business School, University of Oxford and William J. Wilhelm, Jr., McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia 
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