June 17, 2014 / 2:31 PM / 3 years ago

TABLE-Thomson Reuters Extel Awards 2014

LONDON, June 17 (Reuters) - Bank of America Merrill Lynch
 was named top pan-European equity brokerage for the
second year running at the annual Thomson Reuters Extel Awards
on Tuesday, while JPMorgan Asset Management won best fund
manager for a fifth straight year. 
    The following table lists the winners and runners-up in the
 AWARD                      RANKINGS
 Leading Pan-European       1. Bank of America Merrill Lynch 
 Brokerage Firm for Equity  2. UBS          
 and Equity-Linked          3. Morgan Stanley       
 Leading Pan-European       1. UBS 
 Brokerage Firm for         2. Morgan Stanley 
 Trading and Execution      3. JPMorgan           
 Leading Pan-European Fund  1. Peter Lawrence, JPMorgan Asset
 Management Individual      Management
                            2. Philip Guest, UBS Global AM
                            3. Niels Pecriaux, GLG Partners
 Leading Pan-European       1. Deutsche Bank           
 Brokerage Firm for         2. Citi      
 Operations                 3. UBS
 Leading Pan-European       1. Jean-Michel Bonamy, Vivendi
 Investor Relations                 
 Professional               2. Oliver Schmidt, Allianz SE
                            3. Karl Mahler, Roche          
 Leading Pan-European       1. GLG Partners
 Hedge Fund                 2. Tudor Capital
                            3. Moore Capital Management
 Leading Pan-European       1. UBS
 Brokerage Firm for Equity  2. JPMorgan
 Sales                      3. Citi
 Leading Brokerage Firm     1. Numis Securities        
 for UK Small and Mid Caps  2. Liberum
                            3. Peel Hunt
 Leading Pan-European       1. Sophie Warrick, JPMorgan
 Specialist Sales Person    2. Gerard Zaffran, Bank of America
                            Merrill Lynch 
                            3. Mark Howden, Nomura Securities
 Leading Pan-European       1. Kepler Cheuvreux
 Brokerage Firm for         2. Societe Generale          
 Sustainability Research    3. Bank of America Merrill Lynch
 Leading Pan-European       1. Andrew Wood, Sanford C.
 Equity Analyst             Bernstein
                            2. Jeff Stent, Exane BNP Paribas
                            3. Cedric Besnard, HSBC         
 Leading Pan-European Fund  1. JPMorgan Asset Management
 Management Firm            2. Wellington Management
                            3. Fidelity Worldwide Investment
 Leading Pan-European       1. Deutsche Telekom AG           
 Quoted Company for         2. Roche
 Investor Relations         3. Vivendi     
 Leading Pan-European       1. Luxury Goods, HSBC
 Equity Sector Team         2. Telecommunications Services,
                            3. Luxury Goods, Citi
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 (Reporting by Clare Hutchison; Editing by David Holmes)

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