March 31, 2017 / 1:36 AM / 5 months ago

FACTBOX-Morgan Stanley tops Asia ex-Japan M&A league table in Q1

    March 31 (Reuters) - Merger and acquisitions involving Asian
companies fell 39 percent in the first quarter of 2017 to $176
billion, the lowest level in nearly three years and highlighting
a sharp pull back in overseas deals by Chinese firms.

    A $23 billion tie-up between India's Idea Cellular
controlled by the Aditya Birla Group, and the Indian business of
Vodafone Group, was the biggest deal in Asia Pacific in
the January-March quarter.
    Morgan Stanley was the top adviser in Asia Pacific,
excluding Japan, followed by Goldman Sachs and UBS
, according to the Thomson Reuters league table data.
    Top 10 advisers by deal value:
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 Financial       Deal value  Market      No. Of
 adviser         (including  share (in   deals 
                 net debt,   %)          
                 $ million)              
 Morgan Stanley  24,162.9    13.7        24
 Goldman Sachs   20,791.7    11.8        20
 UBS             18,816.8    10.7        12
 Rothschild      18,561.3    10.6        14
 Bank of         15,360.8    8.7         9
 America                                 
 Merrill Lynch                           
 Kotak Mahindra  13,062.6    7.4         4
 Bank                                    
 Robey Warshaw   13,000.4    7.4         2
 Axis Capital    11,627.3    6.6         1
 Veda Capital    6,014.9     3.4         12
 JPMorgan        4,739.9     2.7         5
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    Top 10 advisers by total fees earned
 
 Bank            Fees ($     Fees
                 mln)        (%)(up/dow
                             n)
 Morgan Stanley  40.0        -36.7
 Industrial &    37.0        -15.2
 Commercial                  
 Bank of China               
 Credit Suisse   31.5        -28.8
 Evercore        30.8        2,074.5
 Partners                    
 UBS             21.6        -44.5
 Bank of         20.8        -17.3
 America                     
 Merrill Lynch               
 Goldman Sachs   16.3        -49.6
 CITIC           15.7        404.0
 CBRE Holdings   10.4        186.5
 China           9.7         -73.3
 International               
 Capital                     
 

 (Reporting by Sumeet Chatterjee)
  

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