26 de junio de 2009 / 6:05 / en 8 años

RPT-FACTBOX-Bank fees from global and U.S. IPOs and follow-ons

 June 26 (Reuters) - The volume of follow-on share issues in the second quarter has been a boon for global investment banks, making up for the slow IPO market.
 So far in 2009, banks globally have reaped $8 billion from underwriting IPOs and follow-ons, a 17 percent increase over a year ago at this date. For U.S. deals, fees are up 20 percent this year reaching $3.4 billion, according to Thomson Reuters/Freeman & Co data.
 Here are the top 10 banks so far in 2009, ranked by combined fees for IPOs and follow-ons, both globally and in the United States, along with data for 2008. Fees are in $ million. GLOBAL FEES FROM COMMON STOCK ISSUANCE
                       JAN 1-JUNE 25, 2009        JAN 1-JUNE 25, 2008 MANAGER                RANK    FEES   SHARE ISSUES  RANK FEES SHARE ISSUES JP Morgan (JPM.N)       *1     894.3   11.1  157     1   590.1 8.6   107 Goldman Sachs (GS.N)     2     673.5    8.4   90     2   506.0 7.4    67 Bank of America/    
*3     546.3    6.8  136     3   480.0 7.0   108 Merrill Lynch (BAC.N) Morgan Stanley (MS.N)    4     530.7    6.6  120 
4   460.1 6.7    98 UBS UBSN.VX            5     459.7    5.7  150     6   419.7 6.1   114 Credit Suisse CSGN.VX  6     443.7    5.5   98     7   261.5 3.8    85 Citi (C.N)           
7     388.4    4.8  129     5   434.4 6.3   110 Deutsche BankDBKG.DE   8     331.3    3.4   92     9   234.8 3.4    77 Daiwa Securities SMBC    9     234.7    2.9   19    31    29.8 0.4    31 RBS (RBS.L)             10     218.7    2.7   87    11   118.4 1.7    36 U.S. FEES FROM COMMON STOCK ISSUANCE JP Morgan                1     458.1   13.4   91     1   375.3 13.2    61 Morgan Stanley           2     386.3   11.3   77     6   209.8 7.4    52 Bank of America/         3     353.8   10.4   88     3   313.7 11.0    58 Merrill Lynch  Goldman Sachs & Co
   4     341.5   10.0   47     2   320.7 11.3    32 Citi    
             5     193.0    5.7   70     4   246.1 8.6    49 Barclays Capital(BARC.L)*6     159.3    4.7   62     5   237.0 8.3    40 Deutsche Bank AG         7     127.5    3.7   53    10    98.9 3.5    38 UBS                      8     127.2    3.7   63     7   175.2 6.2    57 Credit Suisse            9     117.3    3.4   49     9   101.7 3.6    41 Wells Fargo & Co(WFC.N)*10      81.1    2.4   63     8   113.0 4.0    49  * Data may not be directly comparable due to mergers.   Source: ThomsonReuters/Freeman & Co.       

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