December 30, 2016 / 12:51 AM / 7 months ago

FACTBOX-Goldman leads Asia ex-Japan M&A league table in 2016

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HONG KONG, Dec 30 (Reuters) - Asia-Pacific, excluding Japan,
acquisitions in 2016 eased off to $1.2 trillion, down from a
record $1.3 trillion in the previous year, despite announced
China outbound deals touching an all-time high of $523 billion.
    State-owned China National Chemical Corp's pact to buy Swiss
group Syngenta for $43 billion was the biggest deal in
Asia Pacific this year.
    Goldman Sachs Group Inc was the top M&A adviser in
Asia Pacific, excluding Japan, followed by China International
Capital Corp Ltd, and UBS Group AG, 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)                  
 Goldman Sachs   159,961       13.9        91
 China           134,892       11.7        55
 International                             
 Capital Co                                
 UBS             131,489       11.4        68
 Morgan Stanley  124,706       10.8        79
 JPMorgan        120,272       10.4        54
 Credit Suisse   106,845       9.3         70
 HSBC Holdings   71,367        6.2         43
 China CITIC     69,419        6.0         31
 Bank Corp                                 
 Industrial &    66,149        5.7         87
 Commercial                                
 Bank of China                             
 CITIC           63,759        5.5         54
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Top 10 advisers by total fees earned
  
 Bank                         Fees* ($      Fees (%)
                              mln)          (up/down)
 Goldman Sachs                262.9         43.4
 Morgan Stanley               144.7         -15.9 
 Credit Suisse                132.9         22.3
 Macquarie                    131.4         20.9
 UBS                          116.7         -3.2
 Industrial & Commercial      114.5         23.3
 Bank of China                              
 Citigroup                    114.3         -13.1
 JPMorgan                     102.2         82.7
 China International Capital  101.6         16.3
 Co                                         
 Deutsche Bank                79.7          -22.6
    * According to estimates from Thomson Reuters/Freeman
Consulting Co

 (Reporting by Sumeet Chatterjee; Editing by Richard Pullin)

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