Which bank is the king of the jungle in Hong Kong/APAC?

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Anyone know who takes home the biggest deals in Hong Kong?

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Jun 10, 2015
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Jun 10, 2015

Which big deal has they done though? Like ever.. Has to be Morgan Stanley or one of the BBs

Jul 21, 2015

Probably MS, Citi, or GS

Jul 22, 2015
The Real Gordon Gekko:

Probably MS, Citi, or GS

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Jul 22, 2015

Last year and for the first half of this year GS is at the top if you're thinking purely on size in Asia Pacific (ex. Japan), this according to Thomson Reuters which measures performance by fees. Interestingly UBS also seems to be a consistent top 5 in Asia. In Japan it's a three horse race between Nomura, Mizuho, and Sumitomo.

Jul 22, 2015

In Australia, UBS has pretty consistently ranked at or close to the top.

Jul 22, 2015

Top Deals in Asia in 2015 Q2:

http://www.factset.com/mergerstat_em/asia/Flashwir...
Check out the last page of the document, you see the deals and the banks

Jul 22, 2015

FT has league tables which separate Hong Kong, Asia Pacific, China, Japan, and Central Asia.

Unfortunately I can't post links but the top in each region are as follows:

Asia Pacific - GS
Japan - Mizuho
China - CITIC Group
Hong Kong - HSBC
Africa/Middle East/Central Asia - HSBC

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