|The Champions League of investment banking|
How we calculated the investment banking Champions League table
Head coach: Huw Jenkins (49, 2005)
Rising star: Former global head of debt capital markets Suneel Kamlani recently moved onto the executive board as chief of staff responsible for overseeing the strategic development of the investment bank
Weakest link: It has the best wealth management franchise, is consistently the best in private banking and is a great asset manager. But how big is the commitment to investment banking? Meanwhile, UBS is positioning itself strongly in the BRIC countries: will the investment pay off?
IN: Cai Hongping (chairman of investment banking in China, from BNP Paribas); Matt Hanning (head of M&A and corporate advisory for investment banking in Asia-Pacific, from Morgan Stanley)
OUT: Alex Easton (head of European equities, leaving to do charity work)
Overall fees: $3,535mln (+18.1%) 6th (▼1)
Return on equity: 25.8% (= 3rd)
Champions League position 2006: 4th=
Summary table of top banks, with quick links to more related content on euromoney.com
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|The investment banking Champions League 2006|
|Euromoney's unscientific guide to the industry's leading firms|
|Click on the firm's name below to read commentary||Overall fees||RoE||GoE||Mark cap||Total|
|Source: Dealogic, Annual reports, Euromoney|