U.S. Deal Market Continues to Thrive On Healthcare and Utilities Deals
Morgan Stanley Surpasses Goldman in M&A Deals
Morgan Stanley took the top spot from Goldman, Sachs for deals among investment banks and Kirkland & Ellis claimed the top counsel to companies this quarter.
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The Deal compiled its exclusive
- Among investment banks, Morgan Stanley came in first with 92 deals. Goldman, Sachs & Co. was second with 70 deals. JPMorgan Securities LLC was third, with 67 deals.
- Among law firms, Kirkland & Ellis LLP was the top counsel to companies, with 90 deals. Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP was second with 75 deals. Latham & Watkins LLP ranked third with 63 deals.
- Among Delaware firms, Richards, Layton & Finger PA came in first with 42 deals. Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP was second with 23 deals. Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP ranked third with 14.
- Among PR firms, Joele Frank, Wilkinson Brimmer Katcher was first with 72 transactions. Sard Verbinnen & Co. was second with 48 transactions. Brunswick Group LLP ranked third with 25 transactions.
- Among proxy solicitors, Innisfree M&A Inc. was involved in 28 deals. D.F. King & Co. ranked second with 24 deals. MacKenzie Partners Inc. came in third with 19 deals.
About The Deal's M&A League Tables
Rankings include the names of lead M&A and/or corporate partners at law firms that represented principals and investment advisers. Only deals involving a change of control at a target company with a market value of $100 million or more are included, and only when a key party involved is a U.S. company. Unless the target is a recognized stand-alone operating business, rankings will not include asset sales, unit sales, sales of subsidiaries, spin-offs or joint ventures. Deals with undisclosed transactions values are not eligible. The Deal's M&A League Tables, which come out each quarter, are cumulative across the year.
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