JPMorgan Chase & Co. generated the most global investment banking revenue in 2017, according to a league table released by research firm Coalition.
JPMorgan, which also topped the league table in 2016, ranked first in all three of Coalition's categories: equities, fixed-income currencies and commodities, and capital markets and M&A advisory. Morgan Stanley, which led the equities category in 2016, tied JPMorgan for first in equities for 2017. In the overall global rankings, Morgan Stanley tied for fourth in 2017 after finishing fifth in 2016.
The only other companies in the top 10 of the overall global rankings to change positions year over year were Credit Suisse Group AG, which moved up to a tie for seventh after finishing eighth in 2016, and UBS Group AG, which moved down to 10th after finishing tied for ninth in 2016.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Citigroup Inc. tied for second in the overall global rankings while BofA Merrill Lynch tied for fourth.
In the regional rankings, JPMorgan finished first in the Americas region and first in the Europe, the Middle East and Africa region. In the 2016 year-end rankings, JPMorgan led those regions and tied for first in in the Asia-Pacific region.
However, in the 2017 Asia-Pacific rankings, JPMorgan finished in a third-place tie with Morgan Stanley, a spot behind HSBC Holdings PLC, and Citi ranked first in the region.
Coalition is owned by CRISIL. S&P Global Market Intelligence and CRISIL are owned by S&P Global Inc.
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