More Investment Banking League Tables

Thomson Financial has published a series of bookrunning league tables for the year to date. Check out how your firm has done.

EMEA Common Stock Proceeds


1. Citigroup - $5,866.6m

2. Goldman Sachs - $5,825.4m

3. Morgan Stanley - $5,700.5m

4. Deutsche Bank - $4,306.4m

5. Merrill Lynch - $4,179.2m

6. JP Morgan - $3,379.3m

7. CSFB - $2,715.4m

8. UBS - $2,517.5m

9. ABN Amro Rothschild - $1,596.3m

10. Lehman Brothers - $1,508.7m


EMEA International Bonds Proceeds


1. Deutsche Bank - $101,958.9m

2. Citigroup - $97,335.8m

3. Barclays Capital - $77,913.3m

4. CSFB - $74,108.6m

5. JP Morgan - $73,828.8m

6. Morgan Stanley - $68,670.2m

7. HSBC Investment Bank - $65,804.3m

8. ABN Amro - $65,664.3m

9. BNP Paribas - $$62,311.8m

10. DrKW - $58,759.4m


EMEA IPOs Proceeds


1. Collins Stewart Tullett - $1,196.7m

2. Goldman Sachs - $1,164.5m

3. JP Morgan - $1,070.4m

4.HSBC Investment Bank - $983.9m

5. Merrill Lynch - $501.8m

6. HypoVereinsbank - $420.6m

7. Deutsche Bank - $268.7m

8. San Paulo-IMI - $256.7m

9. Unicredito Italiano - $247.8m

10. Morgan Stanley - $150.6m


Figures accurate as of 10.12.2003

Source - Thomson Financial

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