Global Best M&A house: Goldman Sachs
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Global Best M&A house: Goldman Sachs

What are perceived outside the firm as conflicts of interest have not deterred clients from lining up to use Goldman Sachs’s M&A expertise.

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Lehman Brothers
Merrill Lynch

Gordon Dyal, managing director and global head of M&A at Goldman Sachs, is used to being challenged about conflicts of interest. He says that the firm is used to turning down business to avoid them. You couldn’t immediately tell it from the M&A league tables.

To the intense frustration of its leading competitors, and despite the much talked about rise within the firm of traders, principal position takers and private equity investors who might be perceived as competitors to its corporate clients, Goldman Sachs remains the top-ranked adviser in the global league tables for announced and completed M&A.

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