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Csi global education inc

The Canadian Investment Marketplace

CHAPTER 1: The Capital Market

CSI Global Education Inc.

Chapter1 the capital market
Chapter1---The Capital Market

Chapter outline:

What is investment capital?

What are the sources and users of capital?

What are the financial instruments?

What are the financial market?

Learning objectives
Learning Objectives

  • Define investment capital, describe its role.

  • Describe supply and use of capital.

  • Types of financial instruments.

  • Role of financial market, types of financial market.

  • Private equity.

The role of capital markets
The Role of Capital Markets

“To bring together suppliers and users of funds.”

Financial markets drive economic growth by transferring

Money from those who have it (savers)-------->those who

need it (users)

Three key components of the securities industry:

Financial instruments

Financial markets

Financial intermediaries

The role of capital markets1
The Role of Capital Markets

  • capital is wealth

    example: land and buildings ,savings,

    stocks and bonds,

  • Capital savings can be used directly

    —Direct Investment ,

    (e.g., land, building, equipment)

  • Capital savings can also be harnessed indirectly

    — Indirect Investment

    (e.g., stock, bonds, treasury bills)

Characteristics of capital
Characteristics of Capital

Why do we say that capital is:

  • Mobile

  • Sensitive----political ;economic trends; fiscal policy

    monetary policy ; opportunities ;labor force

  • Scarce---It is in great demand everywhere

Sources of capital
Sources of Capital

“The only source of capital is savings.”

What are the implications of this for the economy and for the operation of financial markets?

Main sources of investment capital
Main Sources of Investment Capital

Individuals through savings

  • Retail investors are individual investors who buy and sell securities for their own personal accounts

  • Institutional investors are organizations, such as a

    pension fund or mutual fund company

    Foreign Direct Investment

Retail Investor

Institutional Investor

Main users of investment capital
Main Users of Investment Capital

  • Individuals

  • Businesses

    All levels of Government:

  • Federal ----budget deficit---budget surplus

  • Provincial

  • Municipal----installment debentures----serial debentures

Financial instruments
Financial Instruments

  • Debt Instruments---bond

  • Difference between bonds and debentures:

    bond is secured by specific assets, debenture is

    secured only by the general credit of the issuer

  • Equity Instruments---Stocks

    common shares and preferred shares

  • Investment Funds---mutual fund

  • Derivatives---option, futures

Financial instruments1
Financial Instruments

  • Other investment products---income trusts,

    exchange-traded funds(ETFs)

Financial markets
Financial Markets


By product/instrument

  • Money market

  • Stock market(s)

  • Bond market(s)

  • Etc.

Financial markets1
Financial Markets

By “Distribution”

  • Primary---the market where a security is sold when

  • it is first issued and sold to investors.

    IPO---initial public offering

  • Secondary---individual investors trade among themselves.

    secondary market provides liquidity

Financial markets2
Financial Markets

liquid market is characterized by:

  • Frequent sales

  • Narrow price spread between bid and offering prices

  • Small price fluctuations from sale to sale

Financial markets3
Financial Markets

By Method of Operation

  • Auction markets---clients’ bids and offers for a stock are channeled to a single central market and compete against each other.

  • Bid price is the highest price a buyer is willing to pay.

  • Ask Price is the lowest price a seller will accept.

  • Dealer markets---a network of dealers who trade with each other

    OTC (over-the-counter )market= dealer market

    Almost all bonds and debentures are sold through dealer markets.

Financial markets4
Financial Markets

By Longevity

  • Short – Money

  • Long – Capital

Primary and secondary markets
Primary and Secondary Markets


  • What are the main features of the primary and secondary markets?

  • How do these two markets differ?

Primary and secondary markets1
Primary and Secondary Markets

Primary Markets:

  • Deals with the issue of new securities.

  • Funds flow from an investment dealer to the firm.

  • The new securities are then sold at a higher price to the public.

    Secondary Market:

  • Deals with already existing and outstanding securities.

  • Trading occurs between investors, not the company.

The markets
The Markets

Money Market

  • Any debt maturing within one year, regardless of when issued

  • Treasury-bills, Bonds with < 1yr maturity, Bankers’ Acceptances

  • Debt instruments only

    Capital Markets

  • Longer term securities (stocks, bonds > 1 yr)

  • Conducted through dealer markets (OTC) and auction markets(exchanges)

Auction and dealer markets
Auction and Dealer Markets

  • The auction and dealer markets are the two main ‘types’ of markets.


  • What are the main features of each?

  • How are they alike and how do they differ?

Auction markets
Auction Markets

  • Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX)

  • TSX Venture Exchange (TSX V)

  • The orders of individual buyers and sellers are entered todetermine prices

  • Prices are established according to supply and demand forces

  • Form of competitive bidding

Auction markets1
Auction Markets


  • Enforce membership conditions

  • Monitor/audit members

  • Set trading rules

  • Control listing and trading of companies

Dealer markets
Dealer Markets

  • Also called over-the-counter (OTC) market or the unlisted market

  • A negotiated market where a network of dealers trade with each other

  • Dealers post bid and ask prices (Bid $1.50/Ask $1.60)

  • Profit is made on the spread

  • Bonds are sold on dealer markets

What is a stock exchange
What is a Stock Exchange?

A marketplace where buyers and sellers of securities meet under competitive conditions to trade with each other, and where prices are established according to the laws of supply and demand.

Stock market criteria
Stock Market Criteria

What are the criteria for a stock exchange to function efficiently?

1. Low transaction costs

2. Liquidity

3. Timely and accurate information on price and volume

4. Consumer protection

A liquid market
A Liquid Market

Liquidity is fundamental to the operation of a stock exchange.

Liquidity is characterized by:

  • Frequent sales

  • Narrow price spreads

  • Small price fluctuations

Private equity
Private Equity

  • is the financing of firms unwilling or unable to find capital

    using public means.

  • Higher return, higher risk.

  • It complements publicly traded equity by allowing businesses

    to obtain financing when issuing equity in the public markets

    may prove difficult or impossible.

    Several means used:

    Leveraged Buyout Early Stage Venture Capital

    Growth Capital Late Venture Capital

    Turnaround Distressed Debt

History size of private equity
History, Size of Private Equity

  • The growth of private equity has been remarkable

    over the last 25 years.

  • Public and private pension plans, endowments, foundations,

    and wealthy individuals are the main investors

    in the private equity market.