Here is a summary of investment banking league tables by industry in 2013. The data is extracted from Thompson Reuters.
Financial Institutions topped the 2013 chart. The sector did especially well in bond offerings due to the active restructuring exercises among American and European banks in the past few years.
Energy was another big player and was especially active in M&A. The sector ranked top 3 in equities and bond offerings as well.
Industrials cover many sub-sectors ranging from construction materials to pumps, fittings and engines. The sector did well in different banking product areas.
Energy and Power was the top performer in M&A, with 65% of business coming from the Americas and 27% from Europe. Fees from Industrials sector was relatively more balanced geographically, with 42% of business from the Americas, 39% from Europe and 18% from Asia Pacific including Japan.
Real estate, financials and energy — three traditionally big sectors represented 44% of fees from the top 10 industries. Overall, about 60% of fees came from follow up equity offerings and 30% from IPOs, with the rest from convertible offerings.
The Financial sector was the clear winner in bond offerings in 2013. 52% of fees came from investment grade bonds, 19% from asset-backed securities, 14% from high yield offerings and 11% from mortgage-backed securities.
Data source: Thompson Reuters
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