From the Publisher
Almost all American bonds that are marketed pass through American bond houses. This early primer on bonds and the services of bond houses is edifying. The subjects covered: the functions of the bond houses; the purchasing function; buying municipals; buying railroad bonds; buying corporation bonds; the advisory function; the protective and banking functions; selling bonds - the Banker's viewpoint; and selling bonds - the investor's viewpoint.
About the Author
W. Lawrence Chamberlain, banker and author, 1878-1961. He received an A.B. in 1902 and an A.M. in 1903 from Yale. He entered the bond business in 1906 and was employed by a number of securities firms. He was a director at various fund groups.
Other Beard Books by Lawrence Chamberlain The Principles of Bond Investment