JP Morgan shows what it can do

The merged behemoth that is now called JP Morgan, has shown that its own M&A strategy has made it the busiest M&A adviser in Asia.

JP Morgan - which is officially the new name for the merged banking activities of Ord Minnett, Chase, Jardine Fleming and JP Morgan - has been named top MA adviser in Asia by Thomson Financial Securities Data TFSD.

According to TFSD, in 2000, JP Morgan was the number one bank in terms of announced deals, advising on deals worth $55 billion in Asia, while it also advised on closed deals with a value of $58 billion. It also worked on 60 MA transactions during the course of the year, nearly twice as many as the nearest rival, CSFB, which advised on 30 deals.

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