Thomson Serves Up New League Tables
- Competition Puts The Squeeze On HY Fees. K. L. // High Yield Report;1/23/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p1
The article reports on the analysis conducted by management consulting firm Freeman & Co. with Thomsom Financial Inc. that implies a decrease in high yield investment banking fees in 2005 in the U.S. It provides information on the amount of fees collected for 2005 compared with the 2004 collection.
- Citigroup Still First at End of '06. Hanson, Matthew // Bond Buyer;1/3/2007, Vol. 359 Issue 32540, p1
The article reports that Citigroup Investment Banking company ranked number as the busiest bank in public finance for 2006 in the U.S. According to Thomson Financial Inc., Citigroup has worked on 540 deals amounting to $52.3 billion overcoming the UBS Securities LLC that ranked first in 2005....
- Debt, Equity See Jump; Citi, Goldman Lead. Sundaramoorthy, Geeta // American Banker;12/31/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 249, p2
Investment bankers benefited from renewed underwriting activity this year as corporate stock and bond issuers here and abroad returned to the capital markets following an upturn in the economy. Global stock and stock-related offerings rose 21%, to $385.9 billion, led by Goldman Sachs Group Inc.,...
- Financial Sponsors Rethink Junk. K. L. // High Yield Report;1/23/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p2
The article focuses on the data from Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. that implies an increase of funds for leveraged buyouts as a percentage of high yield new issuance from 2004 to 2005 but total financial sponsor activity decreased in the U.S. Thomson Financial Inc. and Freeman & Co. provide a chart...
- Top Banks Lose Share in Stagnant Market. // Bank Loan Report;1/12/2004, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p1
Reports that top three arranger banks have lost some of their market share in 2003, according to Thomson Financial.
- Thomson Financial creates banking division. Loxton, Liz // Information World Review;Nov2002, Issue 185, p6
Focuses on the Thomson Investment Banking Solutions (TIBS) group set up by Thomson Financial, part of Canadian information giant Thomson Corp. Reason for the move; Range of solutions provided by the group; Core of TIBS.
- Thomson Financial Combines Divisions. Schroeder, Mary // Securities Industry News;1/13/2003, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p1
Reports that Thomson Financial Inc. is combining its investment banking unit with its sales and trading group, renaming it banking and brokerage. Responsibilities of Lou Eccleston, former president of sales and trading who would be managing the group; Services provided by the investment banking...
- Private Equity's Solitary Ambitions. Burns, Mairin // Investment Dealers' Digest;1/19/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p10
Reports on results of a survey of U.S. private equity firms by Thomson Financial and the Association for Corporate Growth. Corporate growth prospects in 2004; Percentage of business executives who prefer to approach buyout targets themselves; Frustration that private equity companies feel...
- NEW PRODUCTS/SERVICES. Albro, Walt // Bank Marketing;Jun2000, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p37
Features several banking products in the United States. Information on Thomson Financial Wealth Identification's 144 Market Monitor database tool; Features of the checks.center from John J. Harold Co.; Enhancements made by Computer Business Methods Inc. on its MortgageDataWeb.com, an...