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How the M&A advisers stack up

The first nine months of 2007 have been fraught with M&A surprises, making it difficult to predict how the year will end for investment banks.
The league tables once again show why no-one should place a bet on how the final order will look at the end of the year. The Dealogic rankings for MA advisers for Asia-Pacific including Australia and Japan for the nine months to end September 30 have changed considerably during the course of the year, and indeed, there have been some dramatic upsets, especially in the last quarter.

The one constant has been UBS, which remains in pole position. It has announced 67 deals and closed 71. UBS has been helped by a strong showing in Australia, a market that has witnessed a few high-value MA deals. UBS also has the unique distinction...
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