Dealogic | IB StatShot
US Banks’ Share of European IB Revenue Highest Since 2000 YTD
Core Investment Banking (M&A/ECM/DCM) revenue from European clients totals $2.5bn in 2016 YTD, down 21% from $3.2bn last YTD. US banks account for 41% of European core IB revenue in 2016 YTD, up from 36% last YTD and is the highest since 2000 YTD. Additionally, US banks account for the top three banks for European core IB revenue in 2016 YTD and the three account for 23% of the wallet.
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European banks’ share of revenue
European Banks’ Share of Revenue
European banks account for 54% of European core IB revenue in 2016 YTD, down from 59% in 2015 YTD and is the lowest wallet share since 2000 YTD (also 54%). Five of the top 10 banks are European and these five banks account for 21% of total fees.
US banks take majority of revenue
Europe M&A Revenue
US banks account for 61% of European M&A revenue in 2016 YTD, their highest share on record, and up from 49% in 2015 YTD. European banks account for only 37%, down from 47% in 2015 YTD.
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