Global Securities Markets

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O'Kulich, Alexander N.
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1990
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The paper is based upon personal experiences at Manufacturers National Bank of Detroit, and specific research on global securities markets. The paper itself, is divided into three main sections: 1) a discussion of global securities markets, 2) an overview of experiences during the internship at Manufacturers National Bank of Detroit, 3) a brief discussion of the relationship between the WESIP experience and previous academic work. The first section begins with a discussion of current securities market trends and the developments which led to the production of the Global Thirty report. The reaction of the United States to this report is presented in an explanation of the u.s. Working Group and their conclusions. The section concludes with criticisms made by the author and a statement of unaddressed issues. The second section presents a brief overview of proceedings in the trust operations department at Manufacturers National Bank of Detroit. A professional journal provides the reader with a description of the various projects performed, while completing the internship. The third, and final, section briefly relates the findings from section one and the work experience to prior academic work completed at Kalamazoo College. In addition, a brief explanation of career goals, and how they relate to the WESIP, are provided. Please note that all statements within the following paper are those of the authors own opinion, and do not necessarily reflect those of Manufacturers National Bank or Kalamazoo College.
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v, 48 p.
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