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Sunday, 22 October 2017

2016 Fee Tables

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  • JP Morgan tops IB fees for eighth year

    JP Morgan kept its top spot for investment banking fees for the eighth year in a row in 2016, grabbing market share at the expense of rivals including Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Deutsche Bank.

  • EMEA slumps to lowest share of global fees

    Investment banking revenues generated in Europe, the Middle East and Africa are down 12% this year and represent less than a quarter of the global fee pool, its lowest share this century.

  • JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York

    JPM still top for fees, Deutsche moves up loans table

    There was little change at the top of the investment banking fees table during October, with JP Morgan extending its lead over nearest rival Goldman Sachs.

  • Japanese banks see market share gains as JP Morgan extends lead

    JP Morgan was well ahead of rivals as the top fee earner from M&A advisory, bond and equity underwriting and corporate loans in the first nine months of 2016, taking more than 7% market share, according to data from Thomson Reuters.

  • JP Morgan tops fee rankings, but size of pie shrinks

    JP Morgan remains in front of its rivals in terms of fees from M&A advisory, bond and equity underwriting and corporate loans so far this year, according to data from Thomson Reuters.

  • Goldman Sachs sign

    Goldman gets shot in the ARM

    The referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union has put off many investors into the country so far this year. The total value of M&A directed at UK targets has fallen 53% in the year to July 21 – to US$95bn compared with the same period a year ago, according to Thomson Reuters data.

  • JP Morgan tops H1 fee income as US banks dominate at home

    JP Morgan stormed ahead of its rivals for fees from M&A advisory, bond and equity underwriting and corporate loans in the first half of this year, according to data from Thomson Reuters.

  • ​Barclays leads European challenge to US top five fee-earners

    Barclays looks to be pulling away from competitors in the fight to be Europe’s leading investment bank. Eight banks have now received more than US$1bn in estimated fees so far this year, according to data from Thomson Reuters.

  • JP Morgan Chase corporate headquarters

    JP Morgan takes bigger slice of smaller fee pie in first four months

    Fees from M&A advisory, bond and equity underwriting and corporate loans in the first four months of 2016 were down by more than a quarter from a year ago, as several big deals hit the skids and there was a dearth of equity issuance.

  • JP Morgan races ahead as highest fee earner so far this year

    JP Morgan has raced ahead of its rivals so far this year as the top fee earner from M&A advisory, bond and equity underwriting and corporate loans, according to data from Thomson Reuters.

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