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Debt trading poll 2009: Balance sheet counts in debt trading

The top six firms in terms of market share are all universal banks which have been less impacted by the credit crisis than some of their more wholesale-focused counterparts. The message is clear: balance sheet counts.


Investors have been concerned about the willingness of banks to commit capital to trading over the past 18 months.


But those financial institutions willing to step up to the plate have benefited – as shown in the results of this year’s debt trading poll. The top six firms in terms of market share – according to the almost 400 investors that took part in Euromoney’s 2009 survey – are all universal banks which have been less impacted by the credit crisis than some of their more wholesale-focused counterparts. The message is clear: balance sheet counts.

JPMorgan has married its position at the top of the international primary bond market league tables with leadership in the secondary markets as well.



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