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Debt capital markets: Deutsche regains lost ground

Bank has fought back up the DCM rankings; Merger of DCM and global transaction banking coverage partly explains how

Global DCM Bookrunner Ranking
Full year 2010
Rank Bookrunner Value ($mln) % share 2010 % share 2009
1 Barclays Capital 461,235 7.6 7.1
2 JPMorgan 438,962 7.3 8.4
3 Deutsche Bank 397,305 6.6 5.6
4 BAML 378,473 6.3 6.1
5 UBS 301,443 5.0 3.1
6 Credit Suisse 299,730 5.0 4.1
7 Citi 296,741 4.9 6.4
8 Goldman Sachs 263,325 4.4 4.6
9 Morgan Stanley 259,040 4.3 4.1
10 RBS 233,265 3.9 4.6
Subtotal 3,329,518 55.1 54.1
Total 6,047,515 100.0 100.0
Source: Dealogic

Deutsche Bank enjoyed another strong year in debt capital markets in 2010 as it continued to recover from the setback of heavy losses in credit trading at the end of 2008. At that point it had fallen to fourth in the annual league table of global debt capital market bookrunners, having led that ranking in 2007. It was fifth in 2009. For 2010 it is back to third, behind JPMorgan and Barclays.

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