League Tables

Banking Leaders based on fees

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

  • Products
    CategoryBankYear to date 2021
    Fees ($m)
    Global Investment BankingGoldman Sachs & Co3,021.03
    EquityGoldman Sachs & Co1,562.13
    BondsJP Morgan796.10
    Mergers & AcquisitionsGoldman Sachs & Co795.69
    LoansJP Morgan666.37
  • Regions/Nations
    CategoryBankYear to date 2021
    Fees ($m)
    AmericasGoldman Sachs & Co2,369.76
    United States of AmericaGoldman Sachs & Co2,277.61
    EuropeJP Morgan568.08
    Central Asia/Asia-PacificCITIC355.78
    JapanMizuho Financial Group246.51
    United KingdomBarclays180.72
    SingaporeBofa Securities Inc48.28
    BrazilItau Unibanco41.48
    Africa/Middle East/Central AsiaCiti32.11
    Hong KongMorgan Stanley28.52
    IndiaState Bank of India23.48
  • Industries
    CategoryBankYear to date 2021
    Fees ($m)
    FinancialsGoldman Sachs & Co1,233.17
    High TechnologyGoldman Sachs & Co473.66
    HealthcareJP Morgan382.45
    Energy and PowerJP Morgan269.96
    IndustrialsMorgan Stanley195.21
    TelecommunicationsJP Morgan171.27
    RetailJP Morgan157.17
    Consumer Products and ServicesJP Morgan147.91
    MaterialsMorgan Stanley136.86
    Real EstateBofa Securities Inc115.67
    Government and AgenciesJP Morgan108.14
    Media and EntertainmentMorgan Stanley97.58
    Consumer StaplesBarclays50.44
Data as of Mar 30 2021
Data from Jan 1 2021 - Mar 30 2021 and Jan 1 2020 - Mar 30 2020
Regions and Industries table includes fees generated on transactions excluded from Thomson Reuters' standard league tables.
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