Monkey Business: Swinging Through the Wall Street Jungle Setting & Symbolism

John Rolfe (author)
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Wall Street

Famous street in New York City and home to the stock exchange, investment banks, and a host of other financial institutions.

DLJ

Short for Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, the investment banking firm for which Rolfe and Troob went to work.

Pitch Book

Description given to a large publication, created primarily by associates, which was used to convince potential clients (investors) that they should consider acquiring or investing in specific companies.

Prospectus

A beautifully-printed brochure extolling the virtues of a company which is attempting to lure investors. Designing and printing a prospectus involves a wide variety of individuals; however, the final printing is the responsibility of the assigned associate

Analyst

the lowest cog in the investment banking pyramid; analysts have little chance of advancement unless they quit and return to a premier business school

Associate

the tier in the investment banking pyramid just above the analyst. Associates are...

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