Banking leaders (based on fees)

A table of the most dominant investment banks; by products, regions and industries.

CategoryBankYear to date 2016
Fees ($m)*
ProductsGlobal Investment BankingJP Morgan4,157.22
Mergers & AcquisitionsGoldman Sachs & Co1,860.57
BondsJP Morgan1,323.28
EquityJP Morgan785.92
LoansBank of America Merrill Lynch762.19
Regions/NationsAmericasJP Morgan3,085.26
United States of AmericaJP Morgan2,851.42
EuropeJP Morgan774.80
JapanMizuho Financial Group574.73
Asia Pacific (ex Central Asia)Morgan Stanley369.67
United KingdomGoldman Sachs & Co232.15
Africa/Middle East/Central AsiaBarclays91.23
Hong KongHSBC Holdings PLC61.56
SingaporeDBS Group Holdings51.17
BrazilItau Unibanco47.44
IndustriesFinancialsMorgan Stanley1,007.67
High TechnologyJP Morgan658.97
Energy and PowerJP Morgan505.69
HealthcareJP Morgan470.42
IndustrialsGoldman Sachs & Co330.27
MaterialsGoldman Sachs & Co272.82
Consumer StaplesBank of America Merrill Lynch233.41
Real EstateBank of America Merrill Lynch219.77
Consumer Products and ServicesBank of America Merrill Lynch216.70
Media and EntertainmentGoldman Sachs & Co202.08
TelecommunicationsJP Morgan169.01
RetailJP Morgan166.55
Government and AgenciesJP Morgan121.39
Data from Jan 1 2016 - Sep 28 2016 and Jan 1 2015 - Sep 28 2015
Data as of Sep 28 2016

Regions and Industries table includes fees generated on transactions
excluded from Thomson Reuters' standard league tables.