League Tables

Banking Leaders based on fees

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

  • Products
    CategoryBankYear to date 2020
    Fees ($m)
    Global Investment BankingJP Morgan4,528.32
    BondsJP Morgan1,770.60
    EquityGoldman Sachs & Co1,247.94
    Mergers & AcquisitionsGoldman Sachs & Co1,217.68
    LoansJP Morgan774.06
  • Regions/Nations
    CategoryBankYear to date 2020
    Fees ($m)
    AmericasJP Morgan3,294.51
    United States of AmericaJP Morgan3,141.31
    EuropeGoldman Sachs & Co1,016.11
    Central Asia/Asia-PacificBank of China Ltd586.04
    JapanMizuho Financial Group485.61
    United KingdomGoldman Sachs & Co257.12
    Africa/Middle East/Central AsiaJP Morgan96.21
    Hong KongHSBC Holdings PLC68.02
    SingaporeDBS Group Holdings62.80
    BrazilItau Unibanco35.96
    IndiaState Bank of India33.29
  • Industries
    CategoryBankYear to date 2020
    Fees ($m)
    FinancialsJP Morgan1,075.29
    HealthcareJP Morgan578.66
    High TechnologyJP Morgan471.49
    TelecommunicationsGoldman Sachs & Co388.07
    Energy and PowerJP Morgan380.85
    Consumer Products and ServicesGoldman Sachs & Co300.57
    Media and EntertainmentJP Morgan285.38
    RetailBofa Securities Inc270.19
    Government and AgenciesBank of China Ltd204.01
    Real EstateJP Morgan164.87
    Consumer StaplesJP Morgan158.29
Data as of Jun 29 2020
Data from Jan 1 2020 - Jun 29 2020 and Jan 1 2019 - Jun 29 2019
Regions and Industries table includes fees generated on transactions excluded from Thomson Reuters' standard league tables.
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