Companies and institutional investors around the world last year cited Barclays Capital and Deutsche Bank more than any global competitors for superior quality in investment banking, corporate banking and capital markets businesses.
Every year, Greenwich Associates names the quality leaders in 65 regional and product categories in investment/corporate banking, equities, and fixed income, currencies and commodities (FICC). Greenwich quality leaders are determined from the results of Greenwich Associates’ in-depth interviews with more than 20,000 large corporate and institutional users of financial services and products, including corporate and public pension funds, endowments, foundations, hedge funds, and corporate treasury departments.
In 2010 Barclays Capital and Deutsche Bank were named a Greenwich quality leader in 14 and 13 regional and product categories, respectively, around the world, followed by JP Morgan and Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML), each of which were named a Greenwich quality leader in 12 and 10 product categories.
Greenwich quality leaders – US
In the US, BAML, Barclays Capital and JP Morgan were each named a Greenwich quality leader in six product categories.
Greenwich quality leaders – Europe
In Europe, Deutsche Bank was the clear winner last year with seven Greenwich quality leader designations, followed by Barclays Capital and JP Morgan, each of which received four.
Greenwich quality leaders – Asia
HSBC led the field in Asia (excluding Japan) with six Greenwich quality leader designations last year, followed by Deutsche Bank with five.
Greenwich quality leaders – Canada
In Canada, RBC Capital Markets topped competitors with eight Greenwich quality leader designations.
Greenwich quality leaders – Japan
In Japan, Nomura Securities topped competitors with five Greenwich quality leader designations.
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