New regulatory changes governing investment banks have also led corporations to communicate directly with institutional investors far more frequently, a significant shift from the days when powerful brokerage analysts were a company's primary conduit to the "buy side.
What does II stand for?
II stands for Institutional Investor (investment magazine)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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- Image(ry) Interpreter/Interpretation
- Imposto de Importação (Brazil)
- Imus Institute
- Inanimate Insanity (animated competition)
- Incident Investigation
- Infinite Innovation Ltd (IT/Internet solution company)
- Information Indicator Digits (telecommunications)
- Information Interoperability
- Inspection Instruction
- Institutional Infrastructure
Samples in periodicals archive:
But while the industry is growing astronomically, financial professionals familiar with it say more efficiency and transparency are needed and would cause even more institutional investors to jump in.
These enhancements provide institutional investors and consultants with more in-depth manager research capability online.
That was before the market shakeout in 2000-02, when total institutional investor assets dropped to $17.