(PRWEB) October 16, 2014
The "Champions of Industry" series will soon feature a highly anticipated segment on investment banking. The show's host, Jimmy Johnson, will introduce this interesting subject in an attempt to inform viewers about the highly competitive and lucrative field that is at the focal point of the finance industry. Johnson currently works as a football commentator on Fox's NFL Sunday but is also a former NFL head coach, player and Super Bowl winner.
The segment will attempt to clearly define investment banking, its importance in the financial sector and its role going forward. While this is a complicated topic, the episode will serve to simplify the subject and communicate its function in the global economy using layman's terms.
An investment bank is an institution that helps corporations, citizens and governments generate funds through an underwriting process. This educational content in the segment will explain what goes into the underwriting and the issuance of securities for clients. It will also discuss the role of investment banking in mergers and acquisitions (M&A), the trading of equity securities and derivatives, market making and FICC services like fixed incomes.
The Champions of Industry show airs on Public Television. The series works with leaders across the world to create premier educational programming. The Champions of Industry series isn't associated with PBS in any manner. The series is distributed to Public Television stations throughout the United States. Anyone who would like learn more about the Champions of Industry series can do so by visiting championsofindustry.com.