Structured credit poll 2007: Best Structured credit house
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Structured credit poll 2007: Best Structured credit house

Euromoney’s latest survey of the leading banks in structured credit shows a clear top tier of five investment banks.

Structured credit poll 2007: Award Winners 


Euromoney’s second review of structured credit products and services was conducted from May 4 to June 15 2007. Asset managers around the world were asked to rate their service providers on the categories shown in the tables. Nominations were scored on the basis of 4:3:2 points for best service provider, second place and third place, respectively. The following weightings were applied to the holdings of structured credit assets stated by voters:

Holdings of less than $10 million – weighting of one applied to the 4:3:2 scores

Holdings of $10 million to $49.9 million – weighting of two applied to the 4:3:2 scores

Holdings of $50 million to $249.9 million – weighting of three applied to the 4:3:2 scores

Holdings of $250 million to $999.9 million – weighting of five applied to the 4:3:2 scores

Holdings of in excess of $1 billion – weighting of seven applied to the 4:3:2 scores

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2007 '06 Bank Score
1 2 Goldman Sachs 451
2 3 JPMorgan 422
3 12 Société Générale 381
4 1 Deutsche Bank 308
5 4 Lehman Brothers 269
6 9 Merrill Lynch 230
7 6 Morgan Stanley 201
8 11 Barclays Capital 194
9 10 Credit Suisse 156
10 8 Citi 144
11 24= RBS 127
12 14 Bank of America 103
13 5 UBS 98
14= 16 ABN Amro 93
14= 13 BNP Paribas 93



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