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Monday, 23 October 2017

2014 Fee Tables

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    JP Morgan holds top spot but rivals gain ground in 2014

    19 December 2014

    JP Morgan notched up yet another year atop the Thomson Reuters global investment banking fee league table in 2014, finishing the year with a solid 7% of the total pot – 80bp more than its nearest rival Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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    Banks on pace to beat 2013 fees

    JP Morgan stretched out its lead atop the investment banking fees league table in November, putting the lender on target to finish the year in the top spot once again. The firm saw its market share rise 20bp during the month to 7%, while its nearest rivals were either flat or had lost share.

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    Top banks stretch out lead in busy October

    JP Morgan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and

  • September Global Investment Banking Fees

    JP Morgan remains top but loses fee share

    JP Morgan has continued its run on the top of the global investment banking fees league tables, though its closest rivals gained ground in some parts of the world in what was a busy month for dealmaking across the globe.

  • Mizuho makes spurt during quiet August

    High summer in the Northern hemisphere meant there was little change in the rankings for investment banking fees during August.

  • Goldman loses ground as BofA Merrill, Deutsche climb

    Goldman Sachs continued to lose ground against its biggest rivals in June, dropping to third in the league of fees earned from investment banking activity from the second place it has held on to for much of the year after a relatively poor month in bonds.

  • Thomson Reuters Investment Banking Fees Table

    May slowdown hits Goldman, boosts Deutsche

    Global investment banking activity slowed slightly in May following a bumper April, with range-bound stock markets and a handful of failed deals putting a damper on equity issuance – although debt issuance continued to be strong against the backdrop of falling yields.

  • Goldman keeps pace with JP Morgan

    April was a busy month for dealmaking, giving a welcome boost to investment banking fees. But despite increased activity, industry league tables remained largely the same, with JP Morgan holding on to top spot and

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    DCM fees drop despite banks, corporate hybrid surge

    31 March 2014

    Fees from debt capital markets activity dropped to the lowest since 2010 as a surge in European corporate activity and an increase in hybrid issuance failed to counter a drop in high-yield and US volumes.

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    Big banks lose ground during bumper March

    The top four investment banks all lost market share to smaller rivals during a very busy March, with activity in terms of issues and fees earned almost as high during the month as for January and February combined.

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