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Mar 9, 2018

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Mar 10, 2018

JPM and BAML are the strongest C&R groups. Goldman is strong but C&R isn't one of their strongest verticals. MS has struggled recently, lot of their top bankers got poached by BAML a few years ago. One of the strongest Barclays groups although it's Barclays so that isn't necessarily saying much.

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Jul 24, 2018

Is this getting monkey shit because it's generally inaccurate or because of the off-hand Barclays comment? Don't generally know too much about the C&R space so interested to know

Jul 24, 2018

Any info on this?

Jul 24, 2018

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Jul 24, 2018

I see Centerview, Goldman, and JPM a lot on the big M&A deals. BAML too, but they're more commonly seen on IPOs. JPM is interesting because they also have a consumer tech group that focuses on the intersection of both spaces

Jul 24, 2018

From what I've seen: Centerview, BAML, JPM, CS, MS, GS, Jefferies (surprising, but see them on a ton of deals). Citi, DB, UBS, and Barclays are nobodies in C&R.

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Jul 24, 2018
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