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Debt poll of polls 2007: Customer votes reveal the new big three

Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs comprise the new three-firm bulge bracket in the debt markets. That’s what respondents to our three key customer polls in 2006 tell us.

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Primary debt poll

Structured credit poll 2006

Debt trading poll 2006

Issuers, investors and participants in the structured credit market had their say last year and Euromoney has sliced and diced those votes to show the overall winners and best performers in the primary and secondary debt markets. Peter Lee reports.

EUROMONEY CONDUCTED THREE key debt and fixed-income market polls in 2006, asking banks’ customers – both issuers and investors – how they assessed which banks were doing the best job for them amid the fast-moving markets last year, when boundaries were frequently tested in the market’s appetite for credit and structure risk, for complexity and for combinations of products and services that had once been quite separate.

At the start of January, the new-issue debt markets kicked off 2007 at the same blistering pace they sustained throughout much of 2006 and investors rushed to put cash to work.

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