M&A giants reassert their authority

By Ralph Sinclair
29 Nov 2013

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have managed generational change and — along with JP Morgan — are pulling away in advisory, writes David Rothnie.

After a post-crisis fracturing of banks’ mergers and acquisitions departments, the old order has rallied and is pulling away from the pack.

Europe’s big three M&A houses have put daylight between themselves and the rest of the market in 2013, boosting their share of announced deals while their ...

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