Poll of Polls 1996: The rise of DMG
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Poll of Polls 1996: The rise of DMG

Deutsche Morgan Grenfell makes waves in the 1996 poll of polls with a strong performance in underwriting, trading and advisory work. Other names to note for 1997 include the newly formed Chase, the highest climber, as well as ABN Amro and Nomura Securities, all of which move confidently up the ranking. By Rebecca Dobson.

Poll of Polls: Overall results

Poll of Polls: Underwriting

Poll of Polls: Trading

Poll of Polls: Advisory

Poll of Polls: Methodology

The 1996 poll of polls, drawn from league tables and majorEuromoney polls last year, shows that Deutsche Morgan Grenfell's aggressive strategy over the past 12 months has paid off. It has risen to sixth place this year, regaining ground lost in 1995 when it fell from eighth spot to 12. Deutsche Morgan Grenfell has excelled at underwriting, although it also features in thetop 10 for trading and the top 20 for advising: borrowers voted the bank eighth at overall capital raising and fifth at lead-managing Eurobond issues (fourth according to the bank's peers) in Euromoney's global financing guide inSeptember. Chase's emergence as one of the strongest banks comes as no surprise. At 10, the bank is the highest climber in the overall poll; in 1995, Chase Manhattan was ranked at 17 and Chemical at 19. The combined expertise of both houses ensures that the new bank makes its mark at both underwriting and trading, scoring 74.46 for foreign exchange alone, just behind Citicorp at 75. It also maintains its position as the sixth-best advisory institution.

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