Asiamoney Brokers Poll 2016 results
SINGAPORE

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  • Overall poll results
  • Hedge Funds
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  • Asia (ex-Japan) region
  • Results for other countries: Australia, China (A & B shares), China (H-shares, Red chips, P-chips), Hong Kong (local), India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, Taiwan, Thailand, The Philippines and Vietnam.

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    Best local brokerage

    Rank Firm %
    1 DBS Vickers 35.38%
    2 CIMB 20.55%
    3 Maybank Kim Eng 19.85%

    Best for overall country research

    Rank Firm %
    1 DBS Vickers 13.12%
    2 HSBC 12.23%
    3 CLSA 11.73%

    Best overall sales services

    Rank Firm %
    1 DBS Vickers 13.98%
    2 CLSA 12.46%
    3 HSBC 8.79%

    Best research coverage

    Sector Analyst Firm
    Strategy Cheryl Lee UBS 
    Macroeconomics Edward Teather UBS 
    Small Caps Jarick Seet RHB 
    Banks Harsh Modi JP Morgan
    Consumer Discretionary Andy Sim DBS Vickers  
    Consumer Staples Juliana Cai RHB 
    Diversified Financials Asheefa Sarangi CLSA 
    Energy Horng Han Low CLSA 
    Health Care Horng Han Low CLSA 
    Industrials Siew Khee Lim CIMB 
    Insurance Suelin Lim DBS Vickers  
    Materials Chuanyao Lu CLSA 
    Real Estate Yew Kiang Wong CLSA 
    Semiconductors & semiconductor equipment Jarick Seet RHB 
    Software, Internet & Services Jarick Seet RHB 
    Technology Hardware & Equipment Jarick Seet RHB 
    Telecommunications Choong Chen Foong CIMB 
    Transportation Corrine Png JP Morgan
    Utilities Juliana Cai RHB 

    Best execution

    Rank Firm %
    1 DBS Vickers 16.73%
    2 CLSA 14.88%
    3 UBS 12.14%

    Best in sales trading

    Rank Firm %
    1 CLSA  17.98%
    2 UBS  15.02%
    3 Maybank Kim Eng  11.60%

    Most improved brokerage over the last 12 months

    Rank Firm %
    1 RHB 23.07%
    2 DBS Vickers 16.53%
    3 CLSA 11.67%

    Best for events and/or conferences

    Rank Firm %
    1 DBS Vickers 15.83%
    2 Morgan Stanley 9.57%
    3 Maybank Kim Eng 9.43%

    Best for roadshows and company visits

    Rank Firm %
    1 DBS Vickers 17.59%
    2 Maybank Kim Eng 8.64%
    3 CLSA 8.61%

    Most independent research brokerage

    Rank Firm %
    1 CLSA 26.28%
    2 RHB 13.68%
    3 UBS 9.61%

    Best salesperson

    Rank Name Firm %
    1 Keng Hock Lim UBS  7.19%
    2 Doris Chan CLSA  6.82%
    3 Jason Saw CIMB  5.15%

    Best Sales Trader

    Rank Name Firm %
    1 Roger Tay CIMB  8.64%
    2 Samantha Wee CLSA  7.12%
    3 Connie Tan Maybank Kim Eng  6.28%

    Panda Bonds Top Arrangers

    Rank Arranger Share % by Volume
    1 CITIC Securities 29.22
    2 China CITIC Bank Corp 12.99
    3 Bank of China (BOC) 12.18
    4 Everbright Securities 11.36
    5 China Merchants Bank Co 10.55

    Bookrunners of Asia-Pac (ex-Japan) ECM

    Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
    • Last updated
    • 26 Jul 2017
    1 CITIC Securities 7,927.68 44 5.78%
    2 China International Capital Corp Ltd 7,717.05 36 5.63%
    3 Goldman Sachs 7,626.42 31 5.56%
    4 UBS 6,291.01 42 4.59%
    5 Citi 6,005.79 39 4.38%

    Bookrunners of Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) G3 DCM

    Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
    • Last updated
    • 26 Jul 2017
    1 HSBC 22,613.44 143 8.94%
    2 Citi 18,706.52 117 7.40%
    3 JPMorgan 15,393.53 83 6.09%
    4 Standard Chartered Bank 11,923.35 86 4.71%
    5 Morgan Stanley 11,188.40 59 4.42%

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