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 Morgan1,174.08
Mergers & AcquisitionsGoldman Sachs & Co479.29
BondsBank of America Merrill Lynch357.37
LoansBank of America Merrill Lynch282.74
EquityJP Morgan215.41
Regions/NationsAmericasJP Morgan863.17
United States of AmericaJP Morgan813.21
EuropeJP Morgan251.27
JapanMizuho Financial Group142.32
United KingdomGoldman Sachs & Co123.27
Asia Pacific (ex Central Asia)CITIC118.06
ChinaCITIC107.31
Hong KongHaitong Securities Co Ltd29.97
Africa/Middle East/Central AsiaCiti26.14
SingaporeCredit Suisse14.38
IndiaState Bank of India8.44
BrazilBR Partners8.14
IndustriesFinancialsMorgan Stanley362.44
High TechnologyJP Morgan277.70
MaterialsGoldman Sachs & Co158.09
HealthcareJP Morgan139.84
Consumer StaplesBank of America Merrill Lynch130.36
Energy and PowerGoldman Sachs & Co117.79
IndustrialsJP Morgan91.69
TelecommunicationsJP Morgan82.43
Real EstateMorgan Stanley77.76
Consumer Products and ServicesBank of America Merrill Lynch53.48
RetailBank of America Merrill Lynch47.73
Government and AgenciesJP Morgan44.73
Media and EntertainmentJP Morgan40.38
Data from Jan 1 2016 - Mar 29 2016 and Jan 1 2015 - Mar 29 2015
Data as of Mar 29 2016

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