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Performance of investment bankers in H1


10:35, July 25, 2013

Despite the slowdown of the economy in China, the investment banking sector saw a 50 percent annual growth in the first half of 2013, reaching $384.9 billion in total transaction volume, according data from Thomson Reuters.

Among the four primary businesses of investment banks, only equity transaction saw decreased transaction volume, from $34.7 billion to $34.3 billion. M&A transaction volume increased $37.1 billion, from $83.6 billion to $120.8 billion; debt transaction volume increased $76 billion, to $195.3 billion.

In the first half of the year, CITIC topped the domestic equity underwriting fee ranking, with $40.4 million, representing 6.7 percent of the total market, followed by Haitong Securities Co Ltd and China Securities Co Ltd, with $27.9 million each. Goldman Sachs & Co was the highest ranking foreign investment bank, as it made $22 million in the first half.

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