Banking leaders (based on fees)

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

CategoryBankYear to date 2015
Fees ($m)*
ProductsGlobal Investment BankingGoldman Sachs & Co1,474.42
Mergers & AcquisitionsGoldman Sachs & Co813.26
BondsJP Morgan506.95
EquityJP Morgan367.34
LoansBank of America Merrill Lynch185.14
Regions/NationsAmericasJP Morgan1,035.29
United States of AmericaJP Morgan1,002.67
EuropeJP Morgan327.03
JapanNomura181.92
Asia Pacific (ex Central Asia)CITIC Group Corp109.22
ChinaCITIC Group Corp101.57
United KingdomDeutsche Bank89.50
Africa/Middle East/Central AsiaDeutsche Bank33.93
BrazilCredit Suisse17.03
Hong KongHSBC Holdings PLC14.10
SingaporeBank of America Merrill Lynch9.51
IndiaKotak Mahindra Bank Ltd8.78
IndustriesFinancialsMorgan Stanley492.24
HealthcareGoldman Sachs & Co348.69
Energy and PowerBank of America Merrill Lynch176.72
High TechnologyGoldman Sachs & Co142.92
IndustrialsJP Morgan107.18
TelecommunicationsGoldman Sachs & Co102.74
Real EstateMorgan Stanley92.70
RetailJP Morgan86.93
MaterialsBank of America Merrill Lynch86.86
Consumer Products and ServicesJP Morgan79.73
Media and EntertainmentCredit Suisse69.90
Consumer StaplesBank of America Merrill Lynch50.35
Government and AgenciesBarclays36.12
Data from Jan 1 2015 - Mar 30 2015 and Jan 1 2014 - Mar 30 2014
Data as of Mar 30 2015

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