Thursday, 20 January 2011

TOP U.S. CMBS Bookrunners - 2003

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Top CMBS Bookrunners 20003
Domestic Private-Label CMBS
Rank Investment Bank #Deals Amt
$mln
Mkt
Shr%
1 Banc of America
10.13 12,120.46 12.92
2 JPMorgan Chase 9.3 11,404.07 12.16
3 Credit Suisse First Boston
10 10,526.70 11.22
4 Morgan Stanley 10.5 10,047.19 10.71
5 Lehman Brothers 8 9,777.48 10.43
6 Deutsche Bank 8.5 9,550.70 10.18
7 Wachovia Securities 7 7,770.31 8.22
8 Bear Stearns 7
7,413.95 7.91
9 RBS Greenwich Capital 2.5 4,340.54 4.63
10 Merrill Lynch 5.6 4,068.96 4.34
11 Goldman Sachs 2 3,508.04 3.74
12 Citigroup 3.5 3,363.02 3.59


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