Wednesday, 12 December 2018

2018 Fee Tables

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  • Japan's banks move up fee rankings

    Japan’s top three banks have increased their investment banking market shares by a combined 68bp this year and each firm has moved up the fee rankings thanks to their strength in syndicated loans.

  • JP Morgan, Goldman, M Stanley stretch lead

    JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley last month stretched their lead over rivals for investment banking fees, and have made the most significant gains in market share across the industry so far this year.

  • JP Morgan, Goldman, M Stanley grab market share

    JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have each won considerable market share from rivals for M&A advisory, debt and equity underwriting and syndicated lending so far this year.

  • Morgan Stanley and Japanese banks gain ground

    Morgan Stanley has overtaken rivals Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Citigroup to rank third for global investment banking fees so far this year.

  • JP Morgan stretches lead with 7.2% global fee share

    JP Morgan stretched its lead over rivals at the top of fee rankings last month and now has a gap of more than US$650m over its nearest challenger, Goldman Sachs.

  • Fees dip 7% in H1, but JP Morgan bucks gloom

    Investment banking fees fell 7.4% in the first six months from a year ago, and revenues at several banks including Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Citigroup and UBS dropped more than 10%.

  • HSBC moves into top 10 as JP Morgan leads

    HSBC looks to be making a move in capital markets globally under new chief executive John Flint, who succeeded Stuart Gulliver at the end of February.

  • Q1 fees down 15% on year

    Global fees from M&A advisory, debt and equity underwriting and syndicated lending were US$23bn in the first quarter, down 15% from the first three months of 2017, according to data from Thomson Reuters.

  • Jan-Feb advisory, underwriting fees down 21% on year

    JP Morgan has retaken top spot for investment banking this year from rival Goldman Sachs, although fees across the industry in the first two months are lagging 21% behind the same period a year ago.

  • DCM helps Goldman take early fees lead

    Goldman Sachs has taken an early lead in 2018 for fees from M&A advisory, capital markets underwriting and syndicated lending after being one of only a few banks to enjoy a better January than a year ago.