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Monday, 25 June 2018

2018 Fee Tables

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  • 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.