Asia-Pac Q1 M&A League Tables

Here's some Thomson Reuters Asia-Pac Q1 M&A League tables.

M&A activity with Asian involvement amounted to $139bn, up 197% in the same period in 2009. First quarter volumes were driven by Prudential's $35.5bn acquisition of AIG's AIA division, which was the largest deal thus far in the Asian insurance industry.

China cross-border M&A totaled $18bn, a 155% increase from volume recorded in Q1 2009. Australian M&A increased by 50.4% to $28.4bn, the highest first-quarter total since 2007.

Announced Deals

Any Asia (ex-Japan)

1. Deutsche Bank - $44.5bn deal volume, 9 deals

2. Goldman Sachs - $43.4bn, 15

3. JPMorgan - $43.1bn, 7

4. Morgan Stanley - $40.2bn, 13

5. Citi - $39.8bn, 8

6. Credit Suisse - $38.6bn, 12

7. Lazard - $36.88bn, 4

8. Blackstone Group - $36.8bn, 2

9. UBS - $16.5bn, 13

10. Barclays Capital - $14.9bn, 7

Any Australian Involvement

1. JPMorgan - $14.1bn, 5

2. Macquarie Group - $9.1bn, 10

3. Deutsche Bank - $8.7bn, 3

4. Nomura - $8.7bn, 3

5. Rothschild - $8.3bn, 11

Any Japanese Involvement

1. Nomura - $10.9bn, 30

2. Deutsche Bank - $7.1bn, 4

3. JPMorgan - $4.9bn, 4

Any Chinese Involvement

1. China International Capital Co - $8.5bn, 5

2. JPMorgan - $4.9bn, 2

3. UBS - $3.1bn, 5

Any New Zealand Involvement

1. UBS - $486.9m, 2

2. Macquarie Group - $123.3m, 1

Source - Thomson Reuters

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