Boutiques Capturing More M&A Market Share

January 2006
Investment Dealers' Digest;1/16/2006, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p7
Trade Publication
The article focuses on issues related to bank mergers in the U.S. The analysts at Goldman Sachs & Co. say that the market share of independent advisory boutiques increased to more than 25% in 2005 from around 10% in 1994. One of the reasons for the same is that corporate executives are growing weary of listening to hard pitches to buy ancillary products from their advisers. Also, with the majority of the banks emphasizing on proprietary trading, some corporate executives are concerned about information leakage at the large institutions.


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