Underwriting Fees

July 2005
Investment Dealers' Digest;7/25/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 29, p24
Trade Publication
This section presents statistical data related to the rates of underwriting fees charged in the U.S. insurance industry. The list of firms which earned the most includes Morgan Stanley & Co. Inc.; Citigroup; Goldmon Sachs & Co.; Lehman Brothers and Friedman Billings Group. The list of companies providing asset-backed securities includes BofA Securities; Morgan Stanley & Co. Inc.; Barclays Capital; Lehman Brothers and Goldman Sachs & Co.


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