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Sunday, 17 December 2017

2017 Fee Tables

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  • Fees top 2016 tally with a month to go

    The fees brought in by investment banks in the first 11 months of the year, at US$93.6bn, have easily surpassed the US$85bn made in the whole of 2017, according to the latest data from Thomson Reuters.

  • Fees up 12% on year, spearheaded by JP Morgan

    Investment banking fees from M&A advisory, capital markets underwriting and syndicated lending in the first 10 months of this year were up 12% from the same stage of 2016, despite a slowdown since mid-year.

  • Q3 advisory, underwriting fees up 11% on year

    Investment banking fees from M&A advisory, capital markets underwriting and syndicated lending were up 13% in the first nine months of this year from a year ago, after a robust third quarter for debt and equity issuance.

  • BAML moves up bonds table after BAT deal

    The top five slots in the investment banking fees table remained unchanged during August, traditionally one of the quieter months for deals.

  • JP Morgan top dog for DCM, ECM and loans

    US bank JP Morgan has cemented its place as the top investment bank this year by leading the rankings for fees from bond issuance, equity issuance and loan syndication in the first seven months of this year.

  • All change at top of Asia fee rankings

    Japanese banks Sumitomo Mitsui and Mizuho Financial topped the rankings for investment banking fees in Asia in the first half of 2017, knocking regional powerhouse Morgan Stanley out of the top three.

  • UK investment bank fees dip, lagging global rise

    UK investment bank fees this year are running at their lowest level for four years and represent the smallest share of global fees since records began in 2000.

  • JP Morgan maintains lead for first four months

    JP Morgan has maintained a healthy lead over rivals for fees from M&A advisory, capital markets underwriting and syndicated lending through to the end of April, to take an almost 7% share of the market in the first four months of 2017.

  • Q1 fees up 18% on year; Citi, Barclays jump

    Investment banking fees from M&A advisory, capital markets underwriting and syndicated lending were up 18% in the first quarter from a year earlier, reinforcing the decent start to the year being cited by bankers.

  • Fees surge 16% in Jan-Feb, with Goldman in front

    Goldman Sachs has taken in the highest fees from investment banking in the first two months of 2017, pushing usual top dog JP Morgan into third place.

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