Definition of merchant bank
Originally a bank which specialised in foreign trade finance. Merchant banks then diversified into arranging all types of finance and advising companies on IPOs and take-over bids, managing investments and underwriting new issues. Most of the UK merchant banks are now part of international investment banking groups.
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