December 2004
Investment Dealers' Digest;12/6/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 47, p19
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This article presents information from the investment banking database related to rankings of advisors of mergers and acquisitions of corporations. The global target merger and acquisition advisor rankings in decreasing order are as follows; Goldman Sachs Group Inc. with a rank value of $ 422,809.8 million, Citigroup Inc. with a rank value of $ 400,393.4 million, JP Morgan Chase with a rank value of $ 359,123.6 million, Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. with a rank value of $ 332,349.6 million, Morgan Stanley & Co. Inc. with a rank value of $ 313,860.75 and so on. The European target merger and acquisition rankings have Rothschild topping with a rank value of $207,646.9 million.


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