Thursday, July 31, 2008

Investment Banks M&A Advisor Deals Q1 2008

Rank Adviser No. of deals

1 Goldman, Sachs & Co. 73
2 Lehman Brothers Inc. 33
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 61
3 Citigroup Inc. 65
4 Credit Suisse Group 55
5 Deutsche Bank AG 48
6 Morgan Stanley 56
7 Merrill Lynch & Co. 63
8 UBS AG 73
9 Blackstone Group LP 7
10 Moelis & Co. 3
11 Rothschild Inc. 50
12 Lazard 37
13 Sandler O'Neill & Partners LP 14
14 China International Capital Corp. 7
15 Ernst & Young 35
16 William Blair & Co. 8
17 Macquarie Group 18
18 Wachovia 19
19 Calyon 4


Rank is based on total value of deals and not on number of deals

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