by Lucille Jones.
With the end of the year approaching, Thomson Reuters Deals Intelligence and Freeman Consulting Services, explore the global investment banking fees landscape, the highs, the lows and how 2016 compares to previous years.
EMEA Share of Global IB Fees At All-Time Low As Asia Fees Hit Record High
Global investment banking fees from completed M&A advisory, capital markets underwriting and syndicated lending total US$73.7 billion so far during 2016, 11% less than the value recorded during the same period in 2015 and the lowest year-to-date total since 2012.
JP Morgan takes the top spot for global investment banking fees earned so far during 2016 with US$5.1 billion, or a 6.9% share of the total fee pool.
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