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M&A League Tables: JP Morgan takes most fees, Goldman most deals

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Thomson ranking of investment banks, in terms of M&A deal volume and deal count through 9/30/11.  So far, JP Morgan claims the largest deal volume, Goldman has the largest number of deals.

Firm Deal value # of deals
1. JP Morgan  $349.4bn  160
2. Morgan Stanley  $318.7bn  148
3. Goldman Sachs & Co  $314.2bn  199
4. Citi  $288.0bn  114
5. Credit Suisse  $276.2bn  130
6. Bank of America Merrill Lynch  $253.4bn  152
7. Barclays Capital  $182.7bn  100
8. Deutsche Bank AG  $154.8bn  91
9. Evercore Partners  $152.5bn  46
10. Lazard  $150.7bn  102
11. UBS  $120.2bn  108
12. Rothschild  $99.2bn  65
13. Greenhill & Co, LLC  $47.5bn  13
14. RBC Capital Markets  $38.6bn  78
15. Perella Weinberg Partners LP  $35.6bn  14
16. Qatalyst Partners  $35.5bn  14
17. Foros  $35.4bn  4
18. Centerview Partners LLC  $33.5bn  12
19. Jefferies & Co Inc  $32.3bn  87
20. CIBC World Markets Inc  $27.0bn  33
21. Moelis & Co  $25.9bn  42
22. BMO Capital Markets  $24.8bn  47
23. Scotiabank Bank of Nova Scotia  $24.0bn 13
24. BNP Paribas SA  $23.5bn  25
25. HSBC Holdings PLC  $22.6bn  33
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