Euro M&A League Tables - Year To Date

Here's a run down of the European M&A action from 01.01.05 - 16.11.05. Tables provided by Thomson Financial.

Any European Involvement (Announced deals)

1. Goldman Sachs - $325.3bn deal value, 159 deals

2. JP Morgan - $287.2bn, 180

3. Citigroup - $251.3bn, 122

4. Morgan Stanley - $230.0bn, 154

5. Deutsche Bank - $229.0bn, 121

6. UBS - $219.7bn, 157

7. Merrill Lynch - $216.2bn, 119

8. Lehman Brothers - $161.3bn, 79

9. Rothschild - $144.7bn, 190

10. CSFB - $123.9bn, 88

11. Lazard - $120.0bn, 114

12. BNP Paribas - $91.8bn, 70

13. ABN Amro - $61.5bn, 83

14. DrKW - $51.7bn, 53

15. Mediobanca - $44.9bn, 31

16. HSBC Holdings - $42.0bn, 40

17. Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin - $31.9bn, 18

18. Calyon - $30.2bn, 31

19. PricewaterhouseCoopers - $28.8bn, 138

20. Ernst & Young - $26.4bn, 146


Source - Thomson Financial



Adviser Imputed Fees - Any European Involvement

1. Goldman Sachs - $697.9m

2. JP Morgan - $538.10m

3. Merrill Lynch - $495.6m

4. Morgan Stanley - $481.7m

5. Citigroup - $450.5m

6. UBS - $436.4m

7. Deutsche Bank - $398.2m

8. Rothschild - $368.2m

9. CSFB - $273.8m

10. Lehman Brothers - $253.4m

11. Lazard - $211.4m

12. ABN Amro - $142m

13. BNP Paribas - $127.6m

14. DrKW - $123.1m

15. HSBC Holdings - $93.2m

16. Mediobanca - $65.8m

17. Calyon - $61.2m

18. PricewaterhouseCoopers - $54.2m

19. Macquarie Bank - $54.1m

20. Enskilda - $52.8m


Deal fees are calculated using Freeman & Co proprietary algorithm where fees were not disclosed.


Source - Thomson Financial

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