GoldmanSachs and Piper Sandler top M&A financial advisers by value and volume in financial services sector
Based on its Financial Deals Database, theleading data and analytics company has revealed that Goldman Sachs achieved its leading position in terms of value by advising on $106 billion worth of deals. Meanwhile, Piper Sandler led the list in volume terms by advising on a total of 55 deals.
Aurojyoti Bose, Lead Analystat GlobalData, comments: “PiperSandler was the clear winner by volume as it was the only firm that managed to advise on more than 50 deals in 2022.
“Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs wasamong the only two advisors which managed to surpass the $100 billion in total deal value. Apart from leading by value, Goldman Sachs also occupied the fifth position by volume.”
An analysis of GlobalData’sFinancial Deals Database reveals that JP Morgan occupied the second position in terms of value, by advising on $100.2 billion worth of deals, followed by Morgan Stanley with $90.8 billion, Citi with $80.6 billion and Bank of America with $70.5 billion.
Meanwhile, Stifel/KBW occupiedthe second position in terms of volume with 42 deals, followed by Raymond James Financial with 33 deals, Houlihan Lokey with 33 deals and Goldman Sachs with 30 deals.
AZB& Partners and Kirkland & Ellis top M&A legal advisers by value and volume in financial services sector
AZB & Partners andKirkland & Ellis were the top mergers and acquisitions (M&A) legal advisers in the financial services sector in 2022 by value and volume, respectively, according to the latest legal advisers league table by GlobalData.
Based on its Financial Deals Database, theleading data and analytics company has revealed that AZB & Partners achieved its leading position in terms of value by advising on $69.8 billion worth of deals. Meanwhile, Kirkland & Ellis led in volume terms by advising on a total of 62 deals.
Aurojyoti Bose, Lead Analystat GlobalData, comments: “The total value of deals advised by AZB &
Partners jumped by a massive 317.2% in 2022 compared to the previous year.
Resultantly, its ranking by value also improved significantly. Meanwhile, Kirkland & Ellis, despite witnessing decline in deals volume in 2022 compared to 2021, managed to retain its leadership position by this metric.”
An analysis of GlobalData’sFinancial Deals Database reveals that Cravath Swaine & Moore occupied the second position in terms of value, by advising on $65.3 billion worth of deals, followed by Argus Partners with $58.8 billion while Singhi & Co andWadia Ghandy jointly occupied the fourth position by advising on deals worth $58.5 billion each.
Meanwhile, Alston & Birdoccupied the second position in terms of volume with 53 deals, followed by White & Case with 42 deals, Allen & Overy with 39 deals, and Willkie Farr & Gallagher with 34 deals.
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