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Changing spaces. . . Bank of America's new trading floor in the Hearst Tower in Charlotte has been winning rave reviews from the architecture critics.

  • 02 Apr 2004
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Changing spaces. . . Bank of America's new trading floor in the Hearst Tower in Charlotte has been winning rave reviews from the architecture critics. According to The Miami Herald, traders in the Charlotte bank's securities division will be barking out orders for everything from municipal bonds to syndicated loans. Traders should be delighted that the focal point is an immense north facing window, adding a flood of natural light. This lighting should make it easier for traders to stay at their desks during long days that can start at 6:30 a.m., said Adam Martin, the B of A executive who runs the trading floors in Charlotte and New York.

  • 02 Apr 2004

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1 Citi 313,852.39 1175 8.95%
2 JPMorgan 286,674.13 1305 8.17%
3 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 281,869.72 974 8.04%
4 Goldman Sachs 214,547.99 704 6.12%
5 Barclays 205,147.76 790 5.85%

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1 Deutsche Bank 31,971.88 102 6.84%
2 HSBC 31,343.18 140 6.70%
3 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 28,468.55 82 6.09%
4 BNP Paribas 24,679.63 135 5.28%
5 SG Corporate & Investment Banking 22,195.55 122 4.75%

Bookrunners of all EMEA ECM Issuance

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1 JPMorgan 15,956.24 68 8.20%
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3 UBS 14,195.29 55 7.30%
4 Citi 13,827.82 85 7.11%
5 Goldman Sachs 11,994.74 65 6.17%