League Tables

Banking Leaders based on fees

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

  • Products
    CategoryBankYear to date 2019
    Fees ($m)
    Global Investment BankingJP Morgan3,158.40
    Mergers & AcquisitionsGoldman Sachs & Co1,348.37
    BondsJP Morgan1,016.53
    EquityMorgan Stanley672.10
    LoansJP Morgan645.61
  • Regions/Nations
    CategoryBankYear to date 2019
    Fees ($m)
    AmericasJP Morgan2,286.10
    United States of AmericaJP Morgan2,115.06
    Central Asia/Asia-PacificBank of China Ltd560.65
    EuropeJP Morgan550.35
    ChinaBank of China Ltd513.31
    JapanMizuho Financial Group488.63
    United KingdomGoldman Sachs & Co220.73
    Africa/Middle East/Central AsiaHSBC Holdings PLC70.35
    Hong KongHSBC Holdings PLC67.26
    SingaporeDBS Group Holdings51.07
    IndiaAxis Bank Ltd44.59
    BrazilItau Unibanco37.33
  • Industries
    CategoryBankYear to date 2019
    Fees ($m)
    FinancialsJP Morgan819.89
    High TechnologyJP Morgan511.09
    HealthcareGoldman Sachs & Co306.34
    Energy and PowerCiti299.90
    MaterialsGoldman Sachs & Co285.20
    IndustrialsJP Morgan269.90
    Media and EntertainmentGoldman Sachs & Co216.37
    Real EstateJP Morgan175.68
    Government and AgenciesBank of China Ltd150.80
    Consumer StaplesJP Morgan126.23
    Consumer Products and ServicesBank of America Merrill Lynch120.57
    RetailBank of America Merrill Lynch95.53
    TelecommunicationsMorgan Stanley94.32
Data as of Jun 26 2019
Data from Jan 1 2019 - Jun 25 2019 and Jan 1 2018 - Jun 25 2018
Regions and Industries table includes fees generated on transactions excluded from Thomson Reuters' standard league tables.
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