Jan 19, 2012


JPMorgan took a leadership position across asset classes in 2010-2011, showing it had the geographic and product reach to service a whole gamut of clients and profit in a region that looks increasingly set to be a true money-spinner going forward.

The US bank may not have held the number one position on every league table for the September 30, 2010-September 30, 2011 period covered by the awards, but few can claim to have been among the leading institutions across such a broad spectrum of asset classes during this period.

The bank had a sizable presence in DCM, ECM, as well as M&A, and it even revived its syndicated loan book as that market re-emerged in force during the first half of 2011. In what remained a volatile environment globally, JPMorgan held its own well in Latin America, finding the right balance to excel in more active businesses, while others...

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