Asiamoney Brokers Poll 2016 results

Asiamoney’s 27th annual Brokers Poll invited chief investment officers, senior fund managers and senior investment analysts at fund management houses, hedge fund & private equity firms, insurance companies and wealth management houses in Asia-Pacific, Europe and North America. A total of 6,081 valid individual responses from 2,789 different institutions, including 443 hedge funds, were received.

For a breakdown of results, for the winning teams and individuals, please visit any of the following:

  • Hedge Funds
  • Prime Broking
  • Asia (ex-Japan) region
  • Results by country: Australia, China (A & B shares), China (H-shares, Red chips, P-chips), Hong Kong (local), India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, The Philippines and Vietnam.

  • For more granular data or more information, please contact Mark Lilley.

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    Overall combined regional research & sales

    (Asia ex Australia, China A&B, Japan)

    2016 2015 Firm %
    1 2 HSBC 17.40%
    2 3 CLSA 16.41%
    3 1 UBS 9.74%
    4 5 Credit Suisse 6.81%
    5 7 Citi 4.80%
    6 4 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 4.67%
    7 8 JP Morgan 4.14%
    8 6 Morgan Stanley 4.13%
    9 9 Deutsche Bank 3.35%
    10 - Yuanta 3.29%

    Overall regional research

    (Asia ex Australia & Japan)

    2016 2015 Firm %
    1 3 HSBC 19.32%
    2 2 CLSA 16.38%
    3 1 UBS 9.66%
    4 4 Credit Suisse 6.76%
    5 8 JP Morgan 4.72%
    6 7 Citi 4.43%
    7 6 Morgan Stanley 4.00%
    8 5 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 3.80%
    9 - Yuanta 3.75%
    10 - Deutsche Bank 3.27%

    Overall regional sales

    (Asia ex Australia & Japan)

    2016 2015 Firm %
    1 3 CLSA 16.43%
    2 2 HSBC 16.04%
    3 1 UBS 9.80%
    4 6 Credit Suisse 6.85%
    5 4 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 5.28%
    6 7 Citi 5.06%
    7 5 Morgan Stanley 4.21%
    8 8 JP Morgan 3.72%
    9 9 Deutsche Bank 3.40%
    10 - Macquarie 3.29%

    Overall combined research & sales

    AUSTRALIA

    2016 2015 Firm %
    1 1 UBS 28.89%
    2 3 Macquarie 16.23%
    3 2 CLSA 14.53%
    4 4 Credit Suisse 10.16%
    5 5 Morgan Stanley 5.66%
    6 8 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 5.62%
    7 6 JP Morgan 4.89%
    8 9 Citi 3.99%
    9 7 Deutsche Bank 2.94%
    10 - Goldman Sachs 1.55%

    Overall combined research & sales

    CHINA (A & B Shares)

    2016 2015 Firm %
    1 1 CICC 26.51%
    2 2 CITICS 21.74%
    3 3 UBS 5.65%
    4 4 HSBC 5.18%
    5 5 SWS Research 3.87%
    6 10 Haitong 3.53%
    7 9 Yuanta 2.70%
    8 - CCBI 2.63%
    9 - Guotai Junan 2.29%
    10 6 Goldman Sachs 2.13%

    Overall combined research & sales

    JAPAN

    2016 2015 Firm %
    1 1 Nomura 19.78%
    2 2 Daiwa 13.20%
    3 3 CLSA 8.67%
    =4 6 UBS 8.05%
    =4 4 SMBC Nikko 8.05%
    6 5 Mizuho 7.34%
    7 8 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 5.70%
    8 7 Morgan Stanley 5.19%
    9 - Haitong International 3.69%
    10 9 Goldman Sachs 3.68%

    Overall regional research as voted by most active traders

    (Asia ex Australia & Japan)

    2016 2015 Firm %
    1 1 CLSA  23.63%
    2 3 HSBC  23.21%
    3 2 UBS  17.72%
    4 5 JP Morgan  10.44%
    5 - Daiwa 4.44%
    6 6 Macquarie  4.23%
    7 - DBS Vickers  2.32%
    8 - Nomura  1.96%
    9 - Maybank Kim Eng  1.94%
    10 - Yuanta  1.89%

    Overall regional sales as voted by most active traders

    (Asia ex Australia & Japan)

    2016 2015 Firm %
    1 3 CLSA 17.31%
    2 2 HSBC 13.49%
    3 1 UBS 11.99%
    4 8 Credit Suisse 7.25%
    5 4 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 6.83%
    6 5 Morgan Stanley 6.16%
    7 7 Citi 5.65%
    8 6 JP Morgan 4.34%
    9 9 Macquarie 3.87%
    10 - Goldman Sachs 3.00%

    Panda Bonds Top Arrangers

    Rank Arranger Share % by Volume
    1 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) 35.00
    2 China CITIC Bank Corp 30.00
    3 China Merchants Securities Co 17.00
    4 HSBC 5.00
    4 Standard Chartered Bank 5.00

    Bookrunners of Asia-Pac (ex-Japan) ECM

    Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
    • Last updated
    • Today
    1 Goldman Sachs 5,061.71 11 11.44%
    2 Huatai Securities Co Ltd 3,404.45 12 7.70%
    3 Citi 2,574.12 16 5.82%
    4 UBS 2,555.84 13 5.78%
    5 CITIC Securities 2,314.61 9 5.23%

    Bookrunners of Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) G3 DCM

    Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
    • Last updated
    • Today
    1 HSBC 3,946.69 35 6.95%
    2 Goldman Sachs 3,534.62 11 6.22%
    3 Citi 3,319.98 22 5.85%
    4 JPMorgan 3,233.64 13 5.69%
    5 Morgan Stanley 2,925.35 19 5.15%

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