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Investment Banking Income

Investment Banking Income is a financial metric that refers to the revenue generated by an investment bank from its investment banking activities. These activities may include underwriting, advisory services, mergers and acquisitions, and structured finance. It represents the fees earned by the bank from offering financial advice and services to its clients, and is an important source of revenue for investment banks. Typically, investment banking income is reported as a separate line item on a company's income statement or financial statement.

Additional Details

Metric Name Type Default Period Type
investment_banking_income FY

Formatting Details

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float financial usd