Top 10 investment banks by fees and deals in 2006

Dealogic's Asia ex-Japan rankings for investment banking fees, equity, debt and completed M&A in the year 2006.

Top 10 investment banks by fees:

Rank

Bank

Net revenue ($ million)

1

Credit Suisse

317

2

Goldman Sachs

316

3

UBS

296

4

Deutsche Bank

284

5

J.P. Morgan

271

6

Citi

244

7

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

239

8

Morgan Stanley

196

9

RBS

165

10

China International Capital Corporation

156


Top 10 investment banks by deal types:

Rank

Equity capital markets

Debt capital markets

M&A advisory

1

UBS ($12.7 billion)

Deutsche Bank ($4.8 billion)

Goldman Sachs ($29.1 billion)

2

Goldman Sachs ($12.4 billion)

UBS ($4.8 billion)

China International Capital Corporation ($26.98 billion)

3

Bank of America Merrill Lynch ($9.5 billion)

Morgan Stanley ($4.6 billion)

Citi ($25.7 billion)

4

Credit Suisse ($9.3 billion)

Citi ($4.2 billion)

Morgan Stanley ($24.6 billion)

5

Citi ($9.1 billion)

Barclays Capital ($3.7 billion)

J.P. Morgan ($22.7 billion)

6

Deutsche Bank ($8.9 billion)

HSBC ($3.5 billion)

UBS ($17.3 billion)

7

Morgan Stanley ($8.5 billion)

J.P. Morgan ($3.2 billion)

Bank of America Merrill Lynch ($13.7 billion)

8

J.P. Morgan ($7.95 billion)

Credit Suisse ($2.96 billion)

Deutsche Bank ($13.3 billion)

9

China International Capital Corporation ($5.2 billion)

Bank of America Merrill Lynch ($2.6 billion)

Standard Chartered Bank ($12.2 billion)

10

Bank of China ($5 billion)

RBS ($2.1 billion)

Credit Suisse ($12.2 billion

Note: Historical deals and revenue from banks that merged before May 2010 are included with the current parent.