Monkey Business: Swinging Through the Wall Street Jungle Topics for Discussion

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Excesses on Wall Street resulted in a virtual collapse of the financial markets, specifically the investment banking sector, requiring a huge government bailout. What practices, as described by Rolfe and Troob, contributed to this meltdown?

List and describe the experiences and activities of John Rolfe and Peter Troob which lead to their ultimate decision to leave DLJ.

Do you feel that the actual task responsibilities of an associate at DLJ were worthy of one with an MBA from a premier business school? Support your opinion with specific examples from the book.

Rolfe and Troob use analogies of a desert and a jungle to describe the world of investment banking. Describe the use of each of these analogies and explain how the authors come to the conclusion that a jungle is the better analogy.

Describe the process by which a prospectus is developed. Is this...

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